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The Human Resources Institute of New Zealand

Human Resources Institute of New Zealand (HRINZ) is the professional body for those involved in Human Resource Management and the development of people.

HRINZ represents the interests of 3,700+ individual members who make up 47% of the known New Zealand HR market.  Read More

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HRINZ invites you and your colleagues to join us at the NZ HR Awards Presentation Dinner for an evening of celebration as we recognise and reward excellence and outstanding achievement within the HR profession. Support your peers and be inspired by the best HR initiatives and practitioners across New Zealand. Book your tickets today...

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Enforcement under the new health and safety legislation

WorkSafe New Zealand has released a summary of how it will enforce compliance under the new legislation proposed in the Health and Safety Reform Bill.

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High rate of discontent among NZ workforce

21 January 2015

New data from SEEK reveals a high rate of discontent among the New Zealand workforce, with 76% of Kiwis actively seeking a new role or monitoring the job market.

Despite more than half of the New Zealand workforce being excited by the prospect of change, just 35 per cent intend to find a new job this year. 

Do you feel 'vacation deprived'?

20 January 2015

Expedia.co.nz has released its annual ‘Vacation Deprivation’ report showing Kiwis have an improved sense of vacation satisfaction while front-footing an emerging global trend directly correlating personal wellbeing with holidays taken.

The 2014 report showed 47% of Kiwis claim to feel vacation deprived, a 5% decrease when compared with the 52% reported in 2013. UAE topped the global ranking as the nationality that feels most vacation deprived (73%) while Germans feel the least deprived (38%). 

Job market finishes 2014 on a high note

15 January 2015

The New Zealand employment market closed a strong year with double-digit growth in the last quarter of 2014, according to an analysis of over 56,000 roles listed on Trade Me Jobs. 

Beat the post holiday blues

12 January 2015

It can be tough returning to the office after a break. Here are five ways to beat the back-to-work blues. 

Tighter health and safety laws don't cap work drinks

15 December 2014

With the Christmas party season in full swing, WorkSafe is reminding employers they have a duty to ensure alcohol is drunk safely and their staff get home safely.

But the Government's safety watchdog is rejecting suggestions that imminent changes to health and safety laws will add extra obligations on employers to police work drinks next year. 

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