E tū security guards say WINZ safety protocols unsafe

Press Release – E tu

E t, the union for security guards, says its security guard members fear new MSD protocols are unsafe and could put their lives at risk. Read more »

January job surge makes hiring harder for employers

Press Release – Trade Me Jobs

Kiwi employers are finding it harder to hire the people they need following a 16.4 per cent surge in job listings in January, according to the latest data from Trade Me Jobs. Read more »

Why people look for another job

Press Release – Hays

Why are so many people switching jobs? According to recruiting experts Hays, its for more challenging or exciting work and a lack of career development. Read more »

Cabin crew seek inclusion in regulations on flight fatigue

Press Release – E tu

Cabin crew say its time they were included in Civil Aviation Authority regulations, including rules related to fatigue. Read more »

NZ likely to face a skilled labour crisis

Press Release – New Zealand Immigration Law

In 2017 by all accounts business in New Zealand is booming. HSBC banks chief economist Paul Bloxham says our economy is currently “firing on all cylinders” and expects it to expand 3 percent in 2017, following 3.2 percent growth in 2016. Read more »

ICE providing conveyor belt of government jobs

Press Release – Make Lemonade

A leading New Zealand early in careers consultancy company, ICE, is providing a conveyor belt of government department jobs for graduates who previously had not considered working for government agencies. Read more »

ICE providing conveyor belt of government jobs

Press Release – Make Lemonade

A leading New Zealand early in careers consultancy company, ICE, is providing a conveyor belt of government department jobs for graduates who previously had not considered working for government agencies. Read more »

Appointment of the new Board Chair & Deputy Chair

Press Release – Changemakers Refugee Forum

Wellington – ChangeMakers Refugee Forum is pleased to announce the appointment of Ibrahim Omer as our new Board Chair. Ibrahim takes over from Mozhdeh Wafa, who has now stepped down as Chair to take on the role of Operations Manager for the organisation. Read more »

Communist League candidate in Mt Albert by-election

Press Release – Communist League

The Communist League is standing Patrick Brown as its candidate in the February 25 by-election for Member of Parliament in Mt Albert. Read more »

Could you be breaking the ‘laws of love’ on Valentine’s Day?

Press Release – New Zealand Law Society

Could you be breaking the laws of love on Valentines Day in the office? Read more »

Bill to address victims of domestic violence in employment

Press Release – Shine

Bill to provide better support for victims of domestic violence in employment Domestic abuse charity Shine supports Green MP Jan Logie’s Domestic Violence – Victims Protection Bill which will allow victims of domestic violence in employment to take … Read more »

Lyttleton Port Co and Maritime Union reach agreement

Article – BusinessDesk

Feb. 13 (BusinessDesk) – Representatives from Lyttleton Port Co and the Maritime Union of New Zealand reached an agreement in principle and all strike notices have been lifted. Read more »

Life-saving legislation needs proper debate

Press Release – National Council of Women of NZ

New Zealand needs a proper debate about shockingly high family violence statistics and the National government should make that happen, a group of anti-violence NGOs says. Read more »

Women Moving Up In Changing Legal Landscape

Press Release – LawFuel

LawFuel New Zealand – LawFuel’s “Power List” of the most powerful lawyers in New Zealand shows an increasing number of women are occupying power positions in the administration of law in New Zealand. Read more »

‘Ethical Brothel’ Is An Oxymoron. Prostitution Harms

Press Release – Family First Lobby

Family First NZ says that despite the sales-pitch , prostitution work is high-risk and harmful based on official statistics and the testimonies of women who have managed to exit the industry, and that to label it ethical ignores reality. The … Read more »

Australian company Bapcor runs into trouble as it enters NZ

Press Release – FIRST Union

Distribution centre workers at Auckland-based car parts supplier Brake and Transmission (BNT), now owned by the Australian company Bapcor after its takeover of Hellaby , walked off the job today – the third time in as many months – as negotiations stall. Read more »

St John & First Union Reach Agreement

Press Release – St John

We are pleased to announce First Union, the union representing over half the operational staff at St John, will be taking an offer of settlement to its members with a recommendation to accept this offer. Read more »

FIRST Union and St John reach deal

Press Release – First Union

Ambulance Professionals First, the network within FIRST Union representing ambulance officers, and St John Ambulance have reached an agreement that union representatives will be recommending to members. Read more »

Vic Crone appointed as Callaghan CEO

Article – BusinessDesk

Feb. 9 (BusinessDesk) – Vic Crone, a former New Zealand managing director for Xero, has been appointed as chief executive of Callaghan Innovation, the government agency tasked with accelerating the commercialisation of innovation by local businesses. Read more »

Research shows poor outcomes for beneficiaries

Press Release – New Zealand Labour Party

New research released today shows that beneficiaries are struggling to find long-term employment or go into study after they come off the benefit, and the Government has no plan to help, says Labours social development spokesperson Carmel Sepuloni. Read more »

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