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

Fast visas and longer job stays for Chinese
Fast visas and longer job stays for Chinese

More wealthy Chinese visitors will have their New Zealand visas fast-tracked as part of a new joint…

Facebook slur costs ex-worker $2500

Employees are being warned not to air dirty laundry about their bosses on social media after a former oil company employee…

Compo for golf cart driver sacked after crash

An aviation worker who was caught on camera driving a golf cart from the passenger's side and crashing it into a stack of…

Gull issues warning over docked wages

Gull has issued a warning to its petrol stations not to dock workers' pay when customers drive off without paying.

Restaurant to pay $22K in lost wages
Restaurant to pay $22K in lost wages

An Auckland restaurant has been ordered to pay $22,000 for failing to pay wages and holiday pay to migrant…

Even Harvard MBA women are disappointed by their careers

A new Harvard Business School study has found there are sharply different levels of career satisfaction for men and women…

Second woman backed harassment claim

A second woman who worked closely with Roger Sutton corroborated the sexual harassment allegations against him.

Bosses warned over office conduct

Bosses and company heads are being warned they need to be "much more careful" about their actions following Roger Sutton's…

Is it better across the Ditch?

For a long time the Lucky Country drew Kiwis to its shores, but as its economy changes we look at some of the risks of relocating…

Officer to pay $115K seeks retrial
Officer to pay $115K seeks retrial

A Christchurch police officer ordered by the Employment Court to pay the police commissioner $115,000…

Migrant took my job, says axed banker

A New Zealand citizen who lost his bank job to a man seconded from India says he is "living proof" temporary migrant workers…

Thousands of Kiwi jobs dangled in front of Australians

New Zealand wants to lure thousands of West Australians and expats across the Tasman to fill a nationwide skills shortage…

Kerre McIvor: At the beck and call of the boss

I was horrified to read zero-hour contracts are common among many multinational fast-food companies and are increasingly…

Share and share alike

Companies wanting more buy-in and less churn from their staff and who want to hire people they might not otherwise be able…

REINZ chief O'Sullivan gets apartment job
REINZ chief O'Sullivan gets apartment job

Helen O'Sullivan, the Real Estate Institute chief executive whose resignation was announced yesterday…

Mitre 10's $60k fine over finger loss

An Auckland hardware store has had to pay nearly $60,000 after one of its employees lost two of his fingers while using…

ANZ chief's pay rises to $4.7m

ANZ New Zealand chief executive David Hisco has enjoyed a solid pay rise, with his total remuneration lifting almost 15…

Christchurch chef awarded $175K

A chef employed at a Christchurch Vietnamese restaurant has been awarded $174,356.65 after working for five years without…

REINZ chief O'Sullivan resigns

The Real Estate Institute is hunting for a new executive after Helen O'Sullivan resigned, saying she had been in the role…

Former health minister Ryall crops up at law firm
Former health minister Ryall crops up at law firm

Former Health Minister Tony Ryall has found post-Parliament life at major law firm Simpson Grierson.

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Opinion

The Dotcom show's not over
The Dotcom show's not over

Could Kim Dotcom recover some credit in this country? A university lecturer in cultural studies thinks…

Hickey: Motorway spending a dead end
Hide: Not cool to hug staff
If we fail here, how will Earth II fare?
McIvor: Exit Sutton and we're still no wiser
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