Housing New Zealand is already building more homes than the Greens’ rushed policy proposed, and additional social houses are also being sourced from Community Housing Providers, Ministers Bill English and Paula Bennett say.
Job advertising lifted for a third consecutive month in April and growth appears to be accelerating, according to the latest ANZ job advertising data. The data points to labour market strength that should eventually feed into wage rises.
A biannual survey of Kiwi companies has shown a significant jump in the percentage of women in leadership and governance roles. Females within the leadership or decision-making team increased from 39.2% in the last New Zealand Diversity Survey to 48.4% in the latest survey.
The number of job vacancies rose by 0.6 per cent in April 2016, and by 7.7 per cent over the year, according to the latest Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) Jobs Online report.
Is your voice respected at work? Are differences valued? Is there a sense of inclusion? If so, according to recruiting experts Hays you’re the envy of 93% of New Zealanders who want to be part of a workplace where there is diversity of thought.
The union, E tá¿¡ says General Cable has presented workers at its Christchurch site with a proposal to cut the jobs of 50 workers. That’s just over a third of the 145-strong workforce at the plant.
The New Zealand Human Rights Commission has today welcomed figures that show the highest ever percentage of women on state sector boards and committees.
The union, E tá¿¡ has congratulated the Wellington City Council for sticking to its guns and securing the Living Wage for its contracted cleaning and security staff.
Is it time for employers to consider saying bye-bye to the annual one-way performance appraisal?
The sky is the limit for the thousands of young jobseekers expected to descend upon The Cloud tomorrow (Wednesday, May 11) for the country’s largest youth employment event.