2017 Network NZ Business Awards

Press Release – Network NZ

Auckland, New Zealand (Monday 20 March 2017) Network NZ announce their first annual New Zealand Business Awards, with nominations open from 30th June 10am to 28th July 8pm, Judging from the 29th July to 25th August, Peoples Choice Voting … Read more »

Mondelez confirms Dunedin exit

Article – BusinessDesk

March 17 (BusinessDesk) – Mondelez International, the US food group on a global push to cut costs, will close the doors on the Cadbury factory in Dunedin early next year. Read more »

Mayor laments confirmation of Cadbury closure

Press Release – Dunedin City Council

Dunedin (Friday, 17 March 2017) Mayor of Dunedin Dave Cull says hes extremely disappointed and saddened that Mondelz International has confirmed it will close its Dunedin Cadbury factory. Read more »

E tū disappointed with Cadbury closure

Press Release – E tu

E t says it is extremely disappointed though not surprised by Mondelez Internationals decision to close the Dunedin Cadbury factory. Read more »

Nurses’ trademark resilience can only last so long

Press Release – NZNO

The New Zealand Nurses Organisations fifth biennial employment survey of its nurse membership reveals a steady decline of overall morale with specific concern about safe staffing levels, workload and pay. In addition there is an increasing … Read more »

E tū urges delay to Top Energy job cuts

Press Release – E Tu

E t is seeking a halt to Top Energys plan to cut jobs, after a linesman suffered serious injuries in an incident in Kaitaia on Saturday. Read more »

NZ on-job training qualifications take off in UAE

Press Release – Service IQ

A new agreement between the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) of Dubai and ServiceIQ Industry Training Organisation (ITO) is a game-changer for the recognition of qualifications between the two countries. This means students or trainees … Read more »

Auckland car-wash pays $35,151 to migrant employees

Press Release – Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment

A car washing business in Auckland has paid $35,151 in arrears to 97 employees following a Labour Inspectorate investigation which found multiple breaches of employment law. Read more »

68% of New Zealanders happy to temp

Press Release – Hays

The majority of New Zealanders are happy to consider temporary and contract roles or already undertake such assignments, but misconceptions surrounding this form of working blur the opinions of others. Read more »

Kiwifruit harvest starts across New Zealand

Press Release – New Zealand Kiwifruit Growers

There is increasing activity in New Zealands kiwifruit orchards as the picking and packing of kiwifruit gets underway. Small volumes have just started to be harvested in Northland and Poverty Bay and will extend throughout the North Island and top … Read more »

Dimension Data New Zealand Announces CEO

Press Release – Dimension Data

New Zealand, 14 March 2017 Dimension Data New Zealand has announced the appointment of Wayne Yarr as Chief Executive Officer, effective 1 March 2017 Read more »

Taranaki DHB misses OIA request deadline

Press Release – NZ Medical Laboratory Workers Union

The New Zealand Medical Laboratory Workers Union has today lodged a complaint with the Ombudsman over Taranaki DHBs failure to supply official information requested by the union within the statutory timeframe of 20 working days. Read more »

Resident Doctors Thank Public for Supporting Safer Hours

Press Release – New Zealand Resident Doctors Association

NZRDA members have accepted the proposal reached between the union and DHBs in response to their Safer Hours campaign. Read more »

logs4jobs video launched to encourage females intrades jobs

Press Release – Prefab NZ

Women are the answer to New Zealands skilled worker shortage. Pamela Bell, CEO PrefabNZ. Read more »

Todd Corp deputy chair Malcolm Whyte retires

Press Release – BusinessDesk

March 10 (BusinessDesk) – Todd Corp deputy chairman Malcolm Whyte has retired after 30 years as a director of the holding company for New Zealands wealthiest family. Read more »

Advert for Job Favouring Chinese Pulled

Press Release – New Zealand First Party

The TradeMe advertisement requiring a fluent Chinese speaker in an Opotiki service station, highlighted in a New Zealand First press statement released earlier today , has been pulled down, says New Zealand First Leader and MP for Northland Rt Hon … Read more »

Adequate time needed for outpatient appointments

Press Release – Association of Salaried Medical Specialists

The tragic situation of a woman who wasnt told she had cancer until it was too late raises questions about the amount of time being allocated for outpatient appointments at the Waikato District Health Board, says Ian Powell, Executive Director of the … Read more »

Supreme Court lets Affco appeal ruling on unlawful lockouts

Article – BusinessDesk

March 9 (BusinessDesk) – The Supreme Court has given Affco New Zealand leave to appeal a ruling that it unlawfully locked out meat workers when collective bargaining was taking place. Read more »

Dunedin’s citizens urged to speak up about Cadbury

Press Release – E tu

Organisers of Saturdays rally to save Dunedins Cadbury factory are urging Dunedinites to turn out in numbers and voice their anger over the proposed closure by Cadbury owner, Mondelez International. Read more »

Address to the EMA annual payroll conference

Speech – Judith Collins

Good morning and thank you for inviting me to your 20th Annual Payroll Conference. It is a pleasure to be here. Youve asked me to talk about how Inland Revenues Making Tax Simpler is progressing and how advice and feedback from payroll … Read more »

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