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Future HR Capabilities - HRNZ survey report

HRNZ has been researching members’ perceptions about the future capabilities required of HR professionals. We are interested in the factors that will drive change in HR and how these factors will impact on the HR profession...

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Human resources and the technology revolution: Is HR up to the task?

The Human Resources functions can be neatly divided into two dominating spheres of activity:..

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Are you tangled up in the web of technology?

HR tech is hot stuff right now…. everywhere you look there are summits, conferences, webinars and symposiums, all brandishing #HR Tech with pride.

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The rise and rise of the Sustainability Manager

Abbie Reynolds, executive director, Sustainable Business Council

 

HRINZ magazine February 04

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Internal Investigations: The truth may hurt, but not as much as the alternatives

Imagine, if you will, the following scenario. You’re standing on a petrol station forecourt filling your tank, watching the display as the total climbs and climbs. ..

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Parental Leave and Employment Protection Amendment Bill

Social Services Select Committee

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Despite the positive economic indicators many New Zealanders hesitant to re-enter the job market

Average staff turnover nationally remained relatively stable in 2014 with just a small decrease from 17.2% in 2013 to 16.3% in 2014 according to The 2014 New Zealand Staff Turnover Survey by Lawson Williams Consulting Group in association with the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand

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2015 NZ Awards- Winners announced

Winners of the annual NZ HR Awards were announced in front of 220 guests at a black-tie presentation dinner at the Auckland War Memorial Museum on Thursday, 26 March.

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HRINZ Partnership with IoD

The Human Resources Institute of New Zealand (HRINZ) is pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Institute of Directors (IoD).

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New Zealand Human Resources Body Appoints New CEO

The Human Resources Institute of New Zealand (HRINZ) is pleased to announce the appointment of Chris Till in the role of Chief Executive Officer.

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Diversity important in the workplace

Choosing not to employ people who are different in terms of race, colour, religion and ability removes the opportunity to develop a rich, diverse and creative workforce, the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand says.

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