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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 3,400+ individual members who make up around 45% of the known New Zealand HR market. Read More

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16 April 2015

Average staff turnover nationally remained relatively stable in 2014 with just a small decrease from 17.2% in 2013 to 16.3% in 2014 according to The 2014 New Zealand Staff Turnover Survey by Lawson Williams Consulting Group in association with the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand 


27 March 2015

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, 26 March. 


2 September 2014

The Human Resources Institute of New Zealand (HRINZ) is pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Institute of Directors (IoD). 


20 December 2013

The Human Resources Institute of New Zealand (HRINZ) is pleased to announce the appointment of Chris Till in the role of Chief Executive Officer.


26 September 2013

Choosing not to employ people who are different in terms of race, colour, religion and ability removes the opportunity to develop a rich, diverse and creative workforce, the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand says.


12 September 2013

Human Resources Institute Chief Executive Beverley Main is to step down from the position she has held for the last 15 years.


27 June 2013

The Human Resources Institute of New Zealand (HRINZ) elected a new national president at its annual general meeting in Auckland last week. Rachel Walker's vision is that HRINZ is embraced both by business and central government for the contribution HRINZ members make to the development, growth and achievement of organisational objectives, supporting New Zealand Inc.


21 July 2010

HRINZ supports the Government's proposed "90 Day trial periods" employment law changes in the face of controversy over key changes, including the 90-day trial extension. HRINZ National President, Kristen Cooper, said The Institute supported the proposed changes in principle because they were in keeping with what the Government had been discussing and with what HRINZ members have been saying they want.



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