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Union rat to visit Nelson Foodstuffs stores - FIRST Union

The giant union rat will make an appearance at pickets organised by FIRST Union at the Nelson New World and Richmond Pak n Save this weekend.

HRDs have their say on what it takes to reach the top HR job

Human Resources Directors (HRDs) are resilient and collaborative, work 46 to 55 hour weeks and rarely commenced their career in HR.

Mondayisation flaunted by large employer of Maori - union

One of the first companies to flaunt the first ever Mondayising of Waitangi day law is a large employer of Maori in the North Island, says the NZ Meat Workers Union.

Pacific employment at all-time high

Pacific Peoples Minister Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga has welcomed new figures which show the unemployment rate for Pacific people has fallen to its lowest point since 2008 and employment at its highest level.

Economic strength reflected in employment figures - EMA

Growth in employment figures is evidence the underlying economic fundamentals of our economy are paying dividends, says EMA. "We have been consistent in our belief the economy is sound and will drive growth and subsequent rise in employment," says Kim Campbell, CEO, EMA.

Fall in unemployment welcome but more still needs to be done - CTU

"The fall in official unemployment from 6.0 to 5.3 percent is welcome," says CTU Economist Bill Rosenberg, "but the unfortunate fact is that the economy is still not creating enough jobs to match the increase in the working age population, which is swollen by the highest annual net immigration in

Unemployment figure lowest in seven years

The latest Household Labour Force Survey (HLFS) shows unemployment has fallen to 5.3 per cent, the lowest since March 2009. There were an additional 21,000 jobs in the December quarter, and 175,000 additional jobs over the past three years.

Unemployment rate falls to 5.3 percent

The unemployment rate fell to 5.3 percent in the December 2015 quarter (from 6.0 percent), Statistics New Zealand said today. This is the lowest unemployment rate since March 2009. There were 16,000 fewer people unemployed than in the September 2015 quarter.

Labour urges Talley's to end AFFCO lockout

Labour has urged Talley’s to resolve the ongoing industrial dispute with AFFCO workers which is having a severe effect on the employees, their families and their communities, Labour’s Workplace Relations spokesperson Iain Lees-Galloway says.

Major disruption in jobs 'will accelerate growing inequality'

The government has a clear role to play to support people through the job losses and disruption of what the World Economic Forum is describing as the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the Green Party said today.

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