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How HR practice is vital to the wellbeing of our Māori workforce - new HR Charts with Te Radar podcast

Karli Te Aotonga joins Te Radar to discuss how HR practice is vital to the wellbeing of our Māori workforce.

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MSD redundancy support in Auckland

MSD is providing redundancy support across the Auckland region to affected employer/employees. The Ministry offers redundancy support for organisations and their staff...

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Cautious optimism about COVID-19 in NZ – HRNZ Survey Results

Find out the assumptions NZ employers are making about the likelihood of any future community transmission of COVID-19 and it's impact on business...

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Younger Kiwis more concerned during the COVID-19 pandemic

Research by Unisys Corporation reveals younger New Zealanders are more worried about the impact of COVID-19 than older generations...

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New Trustees appointed to Diversity Works New Zealand Board

Diversity Works New Zealand has announced the appointment of Nicola Ngawati, Alex Chadwick and Laulu Mac Leauanae to its Board of Trustees...

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Parental Leave membership option

HRNZ Parental Leave Membership option now available...

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2020 HRNZ Annual General Meeting

The Human Resources Institute of New Zealand (HRNZ) hereby advises Members of the 2020 Annual General Meeting (AGM), and invites Members to register to attend...

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Research Invitation - NZ Staff Turnover Survey 2020

HRNZ Members are invited to participate in the 2020 New Zealand Staff Turnover survey brought to you by Lawson Williams Consulting Group in partnership with HRNZ.

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Changes to essential skills work visas

In the lead up to this new policy change the Minister of Immigration was quoted, a few weeks ago, as saying “If you value your migrant workers, show us the money”. Well, he meant what he said...

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ACC helping ease the burden on business

As part of ACC’s plan for helping reduce the immediate impact of COVID-19 on businesses, ACC is delaying all invoicing by three months...

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Employment Relations Authority (ERA) and the wage subsidy

Read Lane Neave's latest employment law update...

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Six-month extension for employer-assisted work visas: the nitty-gritty

The Government announced, on 7 July 2020, that it will automatically be extending employer-assisted work visas expiring between 10 July 2020 and 31 December 2020, for a period of six months from the date of expiry....

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Immigration Law update

The Government has announced some short term changes for temporary work visa holders in New Zealand...

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