He rōpū whakahaere whai uara a Worklife. Worklife is a values-based organisation.

Ko te tangata kei te iho o tā mātou mahi, ā, ka whakawhanaunga ki ngā kaitono me ngā kiritaki i runga i te whakapono. Ka hīkoi tahi me te tangata, ā, ka whakarongo ki a rātou kia mārama pai ai ki ā rātou hiahia, e āhei ai mātou ki te whakarite i ngā hononga pai mā ngā kaitono me ngā kiritaki. Kāore mātou i te mataku i ngā raru nui, ki te tuku kupu tohutohu rānei ahakoa te taumaha. He mārama, he pūmau hoki ā mātou whakawhitinga kōrero, ā, ka whakaute i te tangata ka tika.

We put people at the heart of our work, and form trusted relationships with both candidates and clients. We walk alongside people and take the time to listen to them to truly understand their needs, enabling us to make the perfect match for candidates and clients. We are not afraid of tough problems or giving advice that is hard to hear. We are always transparent and consistent with our communications and treat people with the respect they deserve.

Te whakawhaake i te kaha o te hononga i waenga i te Māori me te Karauna i roto i te Ratonga Tūmatanui

We recognise that as an All-of-Government Panel Provider of Recruitment Services, we have a responsibility to support the public sector to build its Māori Crown capability. Public Service Leaders are required under the Public Service Act 2020 to build and maintain knowledge of te reo me ona tikanga Maori so that public servants are better able to engage with Māori perspectives. At Worklife, we are building our own capability in this area, with a view to continuing to support the growth of the Māori Crown capability through our services to public sector agencies.


 Privacy and Security

We will always treat your information with the utmost care and will keep it secure. We have never presented a resumé to a client without securing the permission of a candidate first. See our Privacy Policy for more information.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

We are committed to doing our part in facilitating a supportive and inclusive culture in Aotearoa’s workforce by promoting diversity, equity and inclusion, and eliminating discrimination in the workplace. Our policy includes concrete actions to support employers to mitigate the impact of any unconscious bias in their hiring decisions. We are a member of DiversityWorks.org.nz

Environmental Sustainability

Our ‘Waste management and emissions reduction policy’ is about Worklife achieving a zero-waste target through reducing, reusing, and recycling. We are also an impact investor in the Sustainable Business Network supporting systemic regeneration of Aotearoa and reduction of business consumption and waste. We continue to upskill and adapt as we learn more about being better citizens, including looking at the circular economy.

Volunteering in our communities

The staff and directors of Worklife are active members of our local communities.  Examples include volunteering for Surf Life Saving, drafting funding applications for a Wellington secondary school, being members (and Presiding Members) of school Boards, coaching junior soccer, managing school sports teams, supporting arts organisations and much more. We are locals supporting local.