Career 12: You've got the interview - now nail the job
Career 12: You've got the interview - now nail the job

Congratulations - you have managed to secure that all-important job interview. But before you just march on in, do some…

Career 12: The future of work
Career 12: The future of work

Big global challenges require a whole new way of thinking about what work is and why we do it The nature of work will…

Career 12: From dock worker to stress doctor
Career 12: From dock worker to stress doctor

It was the drowning death of his sister Gillian that transformed John McEwan's life and set him on a new career course…

Career 12: Hot jobs for 2012
Career 12: Hot jobs for 2012

A widely awaited economic uptick this year is hoped to create demand for jobs in skill shortage industries. Paul Robinson…

Employment

Employment confidence increasing: Westpac
Employment confidence increasing: Westpac

The country is more optimistic about the state of the labour market, according to a new Westpac report. The…

Anti-Islam bias target of summit

Challenges faced by Muslim workers in New Zealand and the reluctance of employers to hire them are among the issues that…

Brazil demands an explanation from NZ

Brazil has demanded an explanation from New Zealand after reports New Zealand's foreign intelligence agency the GCSB spied…

Kiwi retailers shocked at slavery claims

Popular pet food brands sold in New Zealand have been caught up in disturbing claims of slavery on the high seas.

Spying inquiry a 'good thing' - Key
Spying inquiry a 'good thing' - Key

An inquiry into NZ’s electronic surveillance agency has been launched, and Prime Minister John Key says…

Seafood from slaves locked in cages

A year long investigation has uncovered disturbing evidence of slavery in the Asian fishing industry.

Man unfairly dismissed after dining with escorts

A man who was fired for inappropriate behaviour on a work trip to Thailand, including racking up expenses while dining with…

Cotton On backs down on tea break plan

Fashion retail chain Cotton On has backed down on a plan to have employees individually negotiate a tea and lunch break.

Chain targets tea breaks

High street fashion chain Cotton On has become the first company to attempt to invoke the Government's 'tea break' law…

Supermarket chains in expansion mode
Supermarket chains in expansion mode

Expansion by the two dominant supermarket chains has moved into a new phase, with more than $300 million…

How spy agency homed in on Groser's rivals

A top secret document reveals New Zealand's surveillance agency spied on candidates vying to be the director-general of…

Work/life balance drives Kiwis

Kiwi job-seekers are considering work/life balance - not salary - as their primary motivator, according to Hudson's Hiring…

Tips for women entrepreneurs

Sometimes to start a business, you just have to take that first step. Joyce E.A Russell offers tips for women to take the…

Warehouse says 63pc of staff on 'career wage'

Mark Powell, chief executive of retailer Warehouse Group, says he hopes to eventually see someone promoted to his role that…

John Armstrong: New stats on jobs in Northland
John Armstrong: New stats on jobs in Northland

Nearly 90 per cent of the 7500 new jobs created in the Northland region last year were full-time jobs…

More jobs than candidates

A shortage in skilled managers and workers is a growing problem for New Zealand, say employers and recruiters.

Qatar boss shames employee

A Qatar Airways employee has been shamed by the airline's boss after he emailed a photo of her slumped on the floor to the…

Creating workplace harmony

Lateness, long lunches, constant complaining... The "little things" can make all the difference when it comes to perceptions…

MPs' pay bill urgently pushed through Parliament

A bill to peg MPs' pay increases to those of public sector workers such as police and nurses is being pushing through Parliament…

Sexism in Silicon Valley
Sexism in Silicon Valley

For all its promises of a bright technological future, Silicon Valley's corporate culture seems mired…

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Opinion

Have your say: Harbour views
Have your say: Harbour views

Some questions for Harbour-siders: will Harbourside be iconic and raise the status of Whangarei? Will…

The beginning of the end for National?
Wynne Gray: Tell us you understand the rules, Sanzar - we don't
Aus, NZ need to work together
Maybe Key isn't invincible
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