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NZ HR Summit - 2017
In association with our sponsors ELMO Talent Management Software and Duncan Cotterill, HRINZ is proud to announce that registrations are now open for the 2017 NZ HR Summits.
From 1 April 2017, HRINZ will be launching a new national standard of professionalism for the New Zealand HR Community with the introduction of its Chartered membership programme.
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Dress codes broader than ever
Human Resources Institute of New Zealand chief executive Chris Till said for organisations, it is important to be able to clearly define what is appropriate in your workplace while not being the fashion police.
"Creating a culture of comfort and familiarity would play a part, as companies are more inclined to make their employees feel like they can be themselves."
However, there are still plenty of workplaces where the dress code remains strict.
"Lawyers are a great example of this, as they need to be seen as professional in every situation of their role."