Community input sought on key tertiary education priorities

Press Release – Bay of Plenty Tertiary Action Plan

A draft action plan has been developed around tertiary education and research needs in the Bay of Plenty including Taupo, with community feedback currently being sought. Read more »

Disabled Person’s Organisations report sent to UN

Press Release – Disabled Persons Assembly

A report written by Disabled Persons Organisations (DPOs) representing the voice of disabled New Zealanders has been released and sent to the United Nations today. Read more »

Government “opening of the books” shows wasted opportunity

Press Release – Council of Trade Unions

The economic and fiscal forecasts in the pre-election update the opening of the governments books shows how the Government has failed to grasp the opportunity of the Global Financial Crisis to rebalance the economy, says CTU … Read more »

Key must sack Collins over abhorrent actions

Press Release – New Zealand Labour Party

The latest revelations that Judith Collins sent the contact details of a public servant to WhaleOil in a desperate attempt to divert media attention from a bad story is abhorrent, Labour MP Grant Robertson says. Read more »

SSC survey shows way forward for better public services

Press Release – Public Service Association

The Public Service Association (PSA) has welcomed the release of the State Services Commissions (SSC) Integrity and Conduct Survey 2013 , which it says indicates what needs to be done to strengthen the public services that New Zealanders use and … Read more »

Introducing Chilli Factor Hot Recruitment Software

Press Release – Chilli Factor Recruitment Software

For the vast majority of small to medium businesses (SMEs) recruitment is seen as a frustrating and costly necessary evil. Unfortunately this mind-set can lead to employers attempting to cut corners and costly poor hire decisions being made. Read more »

Talent pipeline is the key to correcting gender balance

Press Release – Equal Employment Opportunities Trust

Building a talent pipeline that fosters talented young women from early on in their careers is the key to gender balance at the most senior levels, according to EEO Trust Chief Executive Bev Cassidy-Mackenzie. Read more »

Crowne Plaza Queenstown concierge named only female finalist

Press Release – Southern PR

Crowne Plaza Queenstowns chief concierge Fiona Lawson has been named finalist in the concierge of the year category at this years Hotel Management (HM) Magazine Awards, making her the only female to make the shortlist. Read more »

Survey of Integrity and Conduct in the State Services

Press Release – State Services Commission

The State Services Commission (SSC) today published the report of the 2013 Integrity and Conduct Survey of the State Services. The New Zealand State services is rated highly internationally for its standards of integrity and conduct and is considered … Read more »

Dev Academy takes on ICT skills shortage

Press Release – Enspiral Dev Academy

Wellingtons Enspiral Dev Academy has released job placement figures for its first cohort. New Zealand is currently facing a serious ICT skill shortage. After graduating on the 11th of July, ten out of the thirteen web developers have been offered jobs … Read more »

Experienced new manager for Quality Oceans Hotel

Press Release – Quality Oceans Hotel

The Ngtiwai-owned Quality Oceans Hotel has secured the services of a highly experienced new manager, Craig Walker, who comes to Tutukaka from his previously role as resort manager in Wanaka. Read more »

Kiwi Job Seekers Have a New Online Training Option

Press Release – DoBetter.co.nz

Each year unsuccessful kiwi job seekers receive 12 million rejection letters, with many left in the dark about what they can do to get the job they want. A new training and career development service is making it easy for workers to find training and … Read more »

Introducing Chilli Factor: Hot Recruitment Software

Press Release – The Generalist PR

For the vast majority of small to medium businesses (SMEs) recruitment is seen as a frustrating and costly necessary evil. Unfortunately this mind-set can lead to employers attempting to cut corners and costly poor hire decisions being made. This … Read more »

Employees to open up social media access

Press Release – PricewaterhouseCoopers

Data profiling could soon become commonplace in the workplace, according to PwCs report, The future of work: A journey to 2022, with nearly a third of workers happy for their employer to have access to personal data, such as their social media profiles. Read more »

Talent pipeline is the key to correcting gender balance

Press Release – Equal Employment Opportunities Trust

Building a talent pipeline that fosters talented young women from early on in their careers is the key to gender balance at the most senior levels, according to EEO Trust Chief Executive Bev Cassidy-Mackenzie. Read more »

The Right To Work:South Auckland Case Study

Press Release – Human Rights Commission

Getting young people into work is about preparing them for work and ensuring they have ongoing support: sustainable youth employment isnt a tick the box exercise. Read more »

The Right To Work: Young New Zealanders

Press Release – Human Rights Commission

Getting young people into work is about preparing them for work and ensuring they have ongoing support: sustainable youth employment isnt a tick the box exercise. Read more »

The Right To Work: Young New Zealanders

Press Release – Human Rights Commission

Getting young people into work is about preparing them for work and ensuring they have ongoing support: sustainable youth employment isnt a tick the box exercise. Read more »

The forest safety battle is not yet won

Press Release – NZ Forest Owners’ Association

Point scoring in the media will not make our forests safer places to work, says the Forest Owners Association. Read more »

Collins must resign for leaking public servants’ details

Press Release – Public Service Association

The Public Service Association (PSA) says Ministers should not be leaking neutral public servants details so they can be attacked for partisan politics, as Judith Collins has admitted following allegations in Dirty Politics by Nicky Hager. Read more »

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