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Proposed bus rosters put passengers at risk - union

The unions representing bus drivers have filed an urgent claim in the Employment Relations Authority as NZ Bus, a bus provider for Auckland Transport, refuses to meaningfully consult over proposed rosters which could lead to driver fatigue and increased risk for passengers says FIRST Union organi

Construction job numbers will increase, salaries steady - Hays

Employment levels, business confidence and workloads are all increasing in New Zealand’s construction industry - but employees should not get their hopes up for a high salary increase this year as salaries for most roles remain steady, according to the 2015 Hays Construction/NZIOB Salary Guide.

How much more will be in your wallet? - Hays Salary Guide

Strong economic growth and employer confidence in many sectors in New Zealand will lead to hiring activity and more permanent jobs in the year ahead, but recruiting experts Hays warns New Zealanders not to expect big salary increases during this period.

NZ harnessing economic power of older workers

PwC has released its Golden Age Index this week which rates success of countries in harnessing the economic power of older workers.

Labour productivity increases 1.4 percent

Labour productivity increased 1.4 percent in the year ended March 2014, Statistics New Zealand said today.

Young Kiwis blocked from travelling to US by visa glitch

Young New Zealanders headed for northern summer jobs as Camp Counsellors and Nannies in the USA have been blocked from travelling because the US visa system has crashed.

Employment outcomes for women 'worse than for men'

New research about employment equality clearly shows that women and disabled people are doing far less well than men in employment outcomes.

Vocational Pathways - More than one pathway to success

Trade Me Jobs Marketing Manager, Fran Bellingham, has been talking to students about her career pathway into one of New Zealand’s most successful companies.

Demand for labour easing nationally

Demand for labour is easing nationally, but still lifting in Auckland and booming in Hawke's Bay, which is bucking the trend with nation-leading growth, according to the latest ANZ job advertising data.

Skilled job vacancies increase

Skilled job vacancies advertised online increased by 4.0 per cent in the past year, despite a 0.7 per cent drop in May, according to the latest Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment Jobs Online report.