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Yes we are operating under level 3 Covid-19

Yes we are operating under level 3 Covid-19

Posted on 20th August 2020 by Russell Phillips

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Automotive Employment NZ are operating under Covid-19 level 3.


All staff are working remotely


All contact details remain unchanged, mainline 092713200. Fully remote software has enabled a seamless service


Interviews for candidates can be completed with Skype, Zoom, 3CX, Gotomeeting, Microsoft Teams or mobile device programs such as Facetime or WhatsApp video.


We are accepting and processing job applications in every area of New Zealand with clients continuing to interview applicants as they emerge.


Staff safe but be proactive in your job search.  Our team is 100% engaged working daily as usual to help job seekers.  


Despite Covid-19 we have some 70+ vacancies to fill.


An update of the current situation as at 20-08-2020 


Auckland has returned to Covid-19 level 3 lockdown.  The rest of New Zealand is at level 2.


So far New Zealand has contained the resurgence of Covid-19 well, daily resurgence figures are already declining and there is hope NZ will once again control infections and be free of community infections.  Upgraded controls on isolations centres have been rolled out with now some 17 miltary personnel controlling each isolation centre. 


We have 5 new cases of COVID-19 in the community. 4 are Auckland-based and 1 is connected to the 2 Tokoroa cases and is currently in Waikato Hospital. ​

This brings our total number of active cases to 101. ​

Of the 80 cases linked to the community outbreak, 78 are linked to the Auckland cluster and 2 remain under investigation: the maintenance worker at the Rydges Hotel facility and a case announced yesterday which has been reclassified as under investigation. Based on information received this morning, this person was at St Lukes Mall on the morning of 12 Aug. Since that time, St Lukes has been shut under Alert level 3. Anyone who was in St Lukes mall at that time should be alert to symptoms and call Healthline for any concerns. ​ ​

133 people linked to the cluster have been moved to the Auckland facility, including 65 positive cases. ​ ​

There are 6 people receiving Hospital care for COVID-19. 1 is in Auckland City Hospital, 4 are in Middlemore and 1 is in Waikato Hospital. ​

Our total number of confirmed cases to date is 1304. ​

Yesterday our labs processed 18,091. Our total number of tests to date is 657,506. ​