Wouldn’t it be useful to know exactly what it is that prospective employers want from their candidates? That’s a question New Force pondered, because knowing the answer could drive up the probability of securing first-time job seekers work.
Extending Workplace Literacy is an essential investment. Extending workplace literacy funding to industry training is an essential economic and social investment for New Zealand, says the Industry Training Federation.
First-time job seekers in New Zealand are highly optimistic of their chances of finding work and they are using multiple channels to seek out opportunities.
McDonald's worker Shontelle Kingston got a week's annual leave paid out at 30 hours last week when it should have been 45.65 hours.
The Prime Minister needs to reassess his priorities and move urgently to stop working Kiwis losing up to a million dollars a day says CTU Secretary Sam Huggard.
It is likely that thousands of people working in universities, polytechnics and wÄnanga have had holiday pay taken from them, says TEU national secretary Sharn Riggs.
The Government must take action urgently to prevent working people losing up to a million dollars a day in unpaid holiday pay while the multi-billion dollar payroll problem is fixed, says CTU Secretary Sam Huggard.
Educators are concerned that Support Staff - representing a third of the education workforce - have not received a single mention in any of the government papers relating to its review of education funding.
Former Middlemore Hospital cooks and menu processors are fed up with the long wait for tens of thousands of dollars in gratuity payments they’re owed after they lost their jobs.
E tÅ« says its journalist members and the union have begun work on their Commerce Commission submission on the proposed merger of NZME and Fairfax New Zealand Limited. The Commission this week released the key issues it will consider as it decides whether to approve the merger.