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Vacancies rose in June - Jobs Online Report

The number of job vacancies rose by 1.2 per cent in June 2016, and by 13.5 per cent over the year, according to the latest Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) Jobs Online report.

Labour mobility 'could generate an additional $10 billion'

The full potential of labour mobility between Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific region remains largely untapped, according to a new report launched today by the World Bank and the Australian National University (ANU) during the Pacific Update Conference in Suva, Fiji. 

Agreement reached over multi-million dollar Tiwai in lieu arrears

E tū and New Zealand Aluminium Smelters (NZAS) met in Wellington on Tuesday 12 July 2016 to discuss the way forward in the Lieu Day dispute.

Job ads rise on back of building boom

ANZ's latest job advertising data suggests demand for employment is strengthening as the housing and construction sectors boom around the country.

Aviation Security lockout and strikes to be called off - unions

Following all-day mediation between Aviation Security Services, the Public Service Association and E tū, a provisional agreement has been reached.

Airport security staff strike averted

New Zealand’s Aviation Security Service (Avsec) has reached agreement with two unions which will prevent strike action across New Zealand next week.

Staff turnover rising in NZ - what's making them go?

Voluntary staff turnover has risen in 23% of organisations in New Zealand over the past year, according to recruiting experts Hays.

Unions seek injunction to restrain lockouts at Airports

The New Zealand Public Service Association and E tū have today filed legal proceedings in the Employment Court in Wellington which seek to restrain the proposed eight day lockout of Aviation Security Staff at Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Queenstown and Dunedin airports.

Unions stand firm in face of AvSec bullying

Unions are preparing to go to court to stop the Aviation Security Service staging an 8-day lockout which would cause chaos and endanger security at New Zealand’s main airports.

Civil Aviation needs to reconsider aggressive behaviour - CTU

"Good employers do not prevent those they employee from coming to work. This is exactly what Civil Aviation is intending on doing by "locking out" people who have joined together in union to achieve better terms and conditions at work," says CTU President Richard Wagstaff.

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