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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HRINZ Student Ambassador Programme
Are you studying HR (or do you know someone who is)?
Applications for the 2015 HRINZ Student Ambassador Programme will be accepted between Monday 16 February and 5pm Monday, 23 March. Consider applying!
NZ HR Awards Presentation Dinner
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...
Upcoming Professional Development Events
- Webinar: Crucial Conversations - 11 March, 12.00-1.00pm
- HR Foundations - 18-20 March, 9.00am-5.00pm (Auckland)
- Webinar: Sexual Harassment - 18 March, 12.00-1.00pm
- Webinar: The Power of Good Questions - 25 March, 12.00-1.00pm
- Webinar: HR as Leaders of Organisational Resilience - 1 April, 12.00-1.00pm
- Webinar: Case Law and Legislation Update - 8 April, 12.00-1.00pm
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What’s up today?
Minimum wage set to rise
The government has announced that from April 1, the adult minimum wage will increase by 50 cents per hour.
HRINZ Notice Board
26 February 2015
More workers are killed and injured on farms than any other industry, making farming more dangerous than forestry WorkSafe New Zealand says.
20 February 2015
Stuff reports an "injured" worker who took more than a year off work was snapped by a private investigator in a fit condition, and has been ordered to pay her employer $1500.
17 February 2015
Office life has never been more stressful, according to a worldwide survey.
A recent Regus report canvassed 22,000 business people in more than 100 countries about their work environment, and found most respondents were closer to burn-out now than they were just five years ago.
12 February 2015
Health and safety chief Gordon MacDonald says a cultural change is needed to cut the toll of deaths and injury in New Zealand's workplaces.
9 February 2015
New Zealand unemployment jumped to 5.7 per cent in the December quarter from 5.4 per cent in the September quarter, as record levels of people joined the workforce.