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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 3,800+ individual members who make up around 47% of the known New Zealand HR market.  Read More

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2015 NZ HR 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 night.

Click here for a full list of winners

NZ HR Summit Registrations Now Open

HRINZ is pleased to announce that registrations for the NZ HR Summits, Southern and Northern are now open. Registrations for the NZ HR Summit - Central, will be opening shortly.

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Secret settlements also apply to workers

"In the past year a disturbing trend has emerged of employees having a crack at their former employers, despite agreeing to confidential and full and final settlements," says Susan Hornsby-Geluk, via Stuff.

HRINZ Notice Board

'Fun' policy unlikely to be workable in New Zealand

25 March 2015

Cotton On's demand that staff portray company values such as 'fun' or face possible disciplinary action would be unlikely to be enforceable in New Zealand, says Blair Scotland of Dundas Street. 

Research finds better preparation needed for ageing workforce

20 March 2015

New Zealand organisations could be better prepared to deal with an ageing workforce according to a new research report, Managing an Ageing Workforce

Vodafone launches new maternity policy

16 March 2015

Vodafone has launched a new maternity policy allowing its employees expecting children a month's extra leave (via Stuff). 

Employment Relations Act 2014

12 March 2015

Changes to the Employment Relations Act 2000 came into effect on Friday, 6 March. Here is a summary of the main changes. 

Let them eat cake

6 March 2015

"This week's "rude cake" decision from the Human Rights Review Tribunal has raised the bar for injury-to-feelings compensation payouts under the Privacy Act," says Christie Hall (via Stuff). 

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