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The power of
a job done right.

Programmed is a leading provider of Staffing, Facility Management and Maintenance services. We employ over 30,000 people every year across a broad range of industries and partner with more than 10,000 customers, small and large.

Programmed 2024-25 Salary Guide

Our 2024-25 Salary Guide provides a comprehensive examination of the economy in New Zealand.

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Labour Market Insights Q1 2024

New Zealand’s economy has clearly weakened, entering its second recession in 18 months as GDP fell 0.1% in the December quarter of 2023 after a 0.3% drop in the previous quarter.

Connecting customers and communities

Our Facility Management team provides services across the Auckland Council portfolio, servicing the community they live and work in.

Providing unique solutions

Our Property Services team has provided complete maintenance solutions to businesses across New Zealand for more than 60 years.

Fire and Emergency Volunteers

Programmed is a proud employer of fire and Emergency Volunteers within our business.

Work and Smile

PERSOL believes when we know why we work, we’ll work and smile. For each of us, our smile comes from different things. But at the heart of it all is fulfillment

A complete range of services

We work in partnership with many of New Zealand and Australia’s leading businesses across major industries including Government, Education, Aviation, Infrastructure, Manufacturing, Transport and Logistics.
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Latest news and insights

New Zealand Labour Market Insights: April – June, 2024
Continuing weakness in the domestic economy has seen the predictable labour market response, with fewer vacancies, slower jobs growth and… More
Careers News Staff
11 July 2024
New Zealand Budget Summary, 2024-25
The first Budget of Finance Minister Nicola Willis has foreshadowed a period of severely constrained economic activity and higher unemployment. More
31 May 2024