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Welcome to HRNZ

The Human Resources Institute of New Zealand has adopted a refreshed strategic direction. This is intended to guide a programme of change that will support our members to better respond to future challenges in the workplace.

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Otago Branch Update

Read the latest news from HRNZ Otago Branch

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Normalisation of Te Reo Māori is good for business

AUT research has shown organisations which incorporate te reo me ngā tikanga Māori in their workplaces benefit from improved cultural satisfaction and increased job satisfaction...

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Personalised Wellness and Epigenetics

What is epigenetics and why does it matter? What is the formula for perfect health and wellbeing?

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2019 HASANZ Health and Safety Scholarship Programme opens

The 2019 round of HASANZ Health and Safety Scholarships opened for applications on July 3.  The scholarships are targeted at people already working in health and safety or those who want to move into a career in health and safety...

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The wonder of workplace wellbeing

There is a growing understanding of the impact of stress and busy lives on our health, so it's not surprising that leaders are looking to create workplaces that benefit the wellbeing of teams...

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Moving to a fully flexible workforce

The demand for flexible working is growing in New Zealand. Online baby sleep and nutrition consultants, Little Ones (baby & toddler sleep programmes) is one of the latest companies to make the transition to a fully flexible workforce.

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Agile Leadership

Agile leadership is the ability to navigate and support diverse, cross-functional groups of people, through rapid and evolving change. Are you ready? Cheryl Tansey is running HR in an Agile World workshops in Wellington on 18 July and in Auckland on 25 July. Cheryl and John Baillie share their perspective on agile leadership in HR.

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How HR Can Identify Leaders in the Workplace

At least 10,000 Baby Boomers are retiring per day, and they will take with them their extensive experience and seasoned leadership. The next generation of leaders coming from Gen X and Millennial groups are poised to take their higher-up positions in companies across New Zealand. As such, the human resources (HR) department of a company can help to identify and develop leadership talent through an effective leadership development program.

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Overcoming harassment, bullying and intimidating behaviour at workplaces

Bullying and harassment at work are recognised as major problems for employees and employers alike. A recent study by CultureSafe …

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How Horses Create High Functioning Teams

What do horses have to do with building team trust, clarifying team purpose and optimising organisational performance? Many organisational learning …

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Don’t miss the HR event of the year…

HRNZ is pleased to invite you to The HR Conference 2019 + Expo. Join New Zealand’s leading HR Professionals and …

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Pet Friendly Offices: A Powerful Way To Attract Millennials

Pets in the workplace benefit employees, with Human Resources professionals stating that it helps improve retention rates – according to …

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