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Burnout: more Kiwis doing unpaid overtime
Over a quarter of New Zealand businesses increased over time in the last year, with over half of employees not being paid for overtime.
Time crimes on the rise, WatchGuard steps in
Up to 80% of the time employees spend on the internet has nothing to do with work, and organisations can lose up to $4,500 per employee every year...
NZ employment confidence rises with optimism about earnings growth
New Zealanders have become more confident about the labour market and confident they'll be able to earn more in a growing economy.
Dimension Data chosen in Top Five global employers
“In the highly competitive IT landscape, Dimension Data has a clear strategy to attract, engage, develop and retain talent across the organisation."
Dimension Data chosen in Top 5 global employers
“As we continue to transform from a systems integrator to a services integrator, our work in this area becomes even more important."
World Week Ahead: US jobs data, Yellen speaks
The latest US jobs data will take centre stage this week as investors refocus on the state of the economy as they refine their bets on when the Federa
Will the stars of yesterday's sex romp be fired?
The media coverage the event has brought on may bring the employer into disrepute. The rendezvous could have serious implications for the employees.
Say goodbye to flipping burgers, hello to Kiwi career app
The New Zealand government has released the 2015 Occupation Outlook report and mobile app, which allows students in tertiary education and secondary school to compare 50 different careers.
Non-financial benefits key to securing top NZ IT talent
Due to New Zealand's IT talent shortage and employers struggling to compete internationally with base salary, most IT jobs now provide a work/life balance.
Spark review may result in significant job cuts
Spark may follow Vodafone and cut a number of staff in the next couple of weeks.
ICT bucks trend to record increased hiring intentions
HIring intentions for ICT professionals remains higher than that of most other professions.
Digital media skills essential for 21st century workforce
New Zealand and Australian educators agree that digital media skills are essential for employability, says an Adobe study presented at this week’s 9th annual Adobe Education Leadership Forum held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Farmers on the hunt for E-commerce Manager
Farmers Trading Company is making the plunge in to on-line shopping and need someone to head up their new E-commerce team.
No rest for Kiwi workers over xmas
New Zealanders will work over three hours a day over Christmas period according to latest findings.
Longer hours for hard-working employees
Over a third of employees are working more than 51 hours per week, risking burnout in a "project-driven work environment."
Is your CV up to scratch? Find out online
Careers NZ launches self-help tool to teach people how to write resumes and cover letters.
2degrees co-founder in employment dispute
Tex Edwards still with company despite launching action with the Employment Relations Authority: reports.
Finding the perfect employee
Tips for taking the pain out of building your first team
Employers forced to choose 'next-best' candidates
Salary expectations outstripping budgets: survey.
Confidence rises among small businesses
Nearly a third of SMB owners planning to add staff before 2012: report.
Average ICT salary drops
Managers paying less despite skill shortage; how much more do men earn than women?
TradeMe: We're hiring!
Top trading website on the lookout for staff at Tech.Ed.
NZ pay packets rising
Employers advised to think about reviewing salary packages.
Employment agreements – a must for everyone
This month saw the final amendment to the Employment Relations Act 2000 come into effect. Gregory Baker, Department of Labour small business unit advisor outlines the changes and what they’ll mean for your business.