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27 February 2014
Labour has joined unions in attacking the Government's 50c-an-hour hike to the minimum wage.
Prime Minister John Key yesterday announced the decision to lift the minimum wage from $13.75 to $14.25 from April 1.
25 February 2014
WorkSafe New Zealand has released best practice guidelines on workplace bullying which give options and examples of how to prevent and respond to workplace bullying
The guidelines were developed with MBIE, and seek to support employees and employers to respond to situations before they get out of hand and to achieve workplace-based solutions.
21 February 2014
Professor Jane Parker of Massey University's School of Management talks about some of the issues for SMEs when it comes to staff training.
18 February 2014
PwC's Global CEO Survey has found that half of CEOs want to hire more people this year, but nearly two-thirds are worried about finding the right skills. A full 93% acknowledge the need to change their talent strategies - though less than a third have acted on their plans.
13 February 2014
A record number of women are participating in the labour market. The Household Labour Force Survey (HLFS) found women’s participation rate has risen to 63.4 per cent - the highest level since the survey began in 1986.
“The continued increase in the number of women in the workforce shows New Zealand is gradually waking up to the role women can play in growing our economy,” says Women’s Affairs Minister Jo Goodhew.
11 February 2014
More than two in five pensioners under 70 are still working. Census data shows 40 per cent of 65 to 69-year-olds and 21 per cent of 70 to 74-year olds remained in fulltime or part-time employment in 2013. The numbers have jumped significantly from the previous census in 2006.