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HRINZ CEO resigns

Human Resources Institute Chief Executive Beverley Main is to step down from the position she has held for the last 15 years.

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Employment Relations Amendment Bill

To the Transport and Industrial Relations Committee

 

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Medical Certification

To the Medical Council of New Zealand

 

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New President for Human Resources Body

The Human Resources Institute of New Zealand (HRINZ) elected a new national president at its annual general meeting in Auckland last week. Rachel Walker's vision is that HRINZ is embraced both by business and central government for the contribution HRINZ members make to the development, growth and achievement of organisational objectives, supporting New Zealand Inc.

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Employment Relations Amendment Bill (no 2) 196-1 (2010)

To the Transport and Industrial Relations Committee

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Holidays Amendment Bill 195-1 (2010)

To the Transport and Industrial Relations Committee

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Employment Law Changes for 90 Day Trial Period

HRINZ supports the Government's proposed "90 Day trial periods" employment law changes in the face of controversy over key changes, including the 90-day trial extension. HRINZ National President, Kristen Cooper, said The Institute supported the proposed changes in principle because they were in keeping with what the Government had been discussing and with what HRINZ members have been saying they want.

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The Employment Relations(Probationary Employment) Bill Amendment (oral presentation given by HRINZ)

Transport and Industrial Relations Select Committee

February 2006

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