Randstad Award of Excellence

Randstad is a leading global recruitment and HR services company, offering a wide range of solutions in the HR services space. They take a lead in shaping the world of work, by matching candidates with companies that will help them reach their full potential, and matching clients with people who will work to successfully develop their business. They offer full permanent, temporary and contract recruitment services, recruitment process outsourcing, managed services and HR consulting services.

Randstad is a preferred supplier of Te Rito Maioha Early Childhood New Zealand. 

Randstad would like to award one third -year student graduating in 2022 a plaque and $1,000 Prezzy Card to recognise and acknowledge their exemplary practiec in the following area:


Te puawaitanga o te tangata - making a difference

Making a positive difference in the lives of the students, staff and the communities we serve. Brings energy, intellect and courage to difficult issues and are able to inspire and motivate others.



Individuals who consistently demonstrate all the following values and behaviours


1. E matua whakapono ana Tatou ki Te Tiriti | Honouring Te Tiriti o Waitangi

  • Embeds and strengthens te reo me ona tikanga Māori into their teaching practice
  • Te reo Māori and tikanga Māori are integral to their work

2. Whakawhanaungatanga | Including Everyone

  • Actively participates
  • Communicates honesty, assertively and respectfully
  • Listens to viewpoints of others
  • Invites and gives constructive feedback
  • Shows insight into how others experience them and can moderate behaviour

3. Kia taea te hāpai i ngā kaupapa katoa ahakoa te aha | Being Accountable

  • Plans, does and reviews work to the best of their ability
  • Provides timely information – meets all deadlines
  • Behaves professionally
  • Abides by all policies and procedures
  • Carries out commitments on time and to a high standard

4. Manaakitanga | Caring and Connecting

  • Acknowledges the importance of everyone’s wairua
  • Maintains good work/life balance
  • Expresses tautoko and manaakitanga in the way they offer support and takes the time to affirm the health and wellbeing of others
  • Understands the importance of whanaungatanga and takes time to build connections

5. Whakahihiko hinengaro | Innovating

  • Takes initiative 
  • Open to other’s ideas
  • Actively contributes
  • Actively seeks and shares new knowledge



To be eligible for this award you must:

  • be a third year student graduating in 2022
  • have met all course requirements
  • consistently demonstrate all the values and behaviours

Nominations must be submitted by Friday 10 December 2021 by emailing it to [email protected]

Nominations will be reviewed by 31 January 2022.  Recipients will be advised via email by 15 February 2022.