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Research Forum 2014
A collaborative day to understand practitioners research needs and share research on
workplaces. Come along to hear some of the latest workplace research, conducted by
a range of New Zealand Universities, and contribute to shaping future research that is
useful to you. Thursday 20 November, Victoria University of Wellington. Read more...
Upcoming Professional Development Events
- Practical Employment Law, 7 November, 8.30am - 5.00pm - Tauranga
- Developments in Restructuring and Redundancies Webinar, 12 November, 12.00pm - 1.00pm
- Advanced Employment Law, 13 November, 9.00am - 5.00pm - Wellington
- Why Managing Trauma, Loss and Grief in the Workplace Matters Webinar, 19 November, 12.00pm - 1.00pm
- Many Cultures, One Workplace - Managing Unconscious Bias Webinar, 26 November, 12.00pm - 1.00pm
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Leading HR: The practices driving new business impact
Strategic workforce planning has become a critical competitive differentiator, and that places a heavy responsibility on HR, according to a new report from PwC.
Just 45 percent of HR leaders globally are very confident that they will have access to the right talent to execute on the business strategy.
The report - Leading HR: The practices driving new business impact - says there is strong evidence of widespread disillusionment in HR from business leaders. Even HR leaders themselves feel uncertain that their function will find the skills that businesses need.
HRINZ Notice Board
31 October 2014
New Zealand women are among the most educated in the world, a new report shows, but there is a growing gap between economic opportunities for men and women - including their pay packets.
The World Economic Forum's annual report on the gender gap shows New Zealand has dropped in global rankings from seventh last year to 13th this year.
29 October 2014
A new report by Victoria University's Centre for Labour, Employment and Work shows that public servants are working significant unpaid overtime to ensure the public services New Zealanders value are able to continue.
22 October 2014
Agriculture, forestry and fishery workers officially have the highest rate of injury claims, according to a new report from Statistics New Zealand.
Just under one-quarter of agriculture, forestry, and fishery workers had a work-related injury claim accepted by the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) in 2013.
16 October 2014
Gender diversity in the workplace helps firms to be more productive, but it may also reduce satisfaction among employees, according to a new US study.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology economist Sara Ellison says having a more diverse set of employees means you have a more diverse set of skills which could result in an office that functions better.
At the same time, however, individual employees may prefer less diverse settings.
9 October 2014
Almost a quarter of New Zealand executives think top-level managers' pay packets are out of kilter with reality, a survey suggests.
The research, by Auckland consultancy Strategic Pay, canvassed 483, mainly private sector executives and also found 25 per cent of respondents would take a pay cut if offered other "lifestyle compensation benefits" such as more time with family.