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The former peer to peer lender has released its prospectus ahead of its listing.
A Kiwi-made wellbeing app that supports staff and advises leaders has had huge success.
A retail worker has made the switch to milking assistant and said it's the best move ever.
Kiwi company offers free website design and set up for small businesses to go digital.
Recruitment for online and digital roles expected to soar on the back of another lockdown.
Digital classroom app made in NZ has 11 million users overseas and is free here for 2020.
A2 Milk's new CEO David Bortolussi has to follow strict new rules governing share sales.
A wellbeing app has been adopted by big businesses and had more than 60,000 downloads
Senior architect secretly took on job then worked on the project during work hours.
It kept local businesses afloat during lockdown and the momentum is building for Chooice.
NZ insurance company AAI snaps up 40 people made redundant from travel and aviation.
The hot-desking big corporate life is making way for a more social collaborative workspace
Experts warn businesses to follow the same process as pre-Covid-19 to avoid issues.
New Zealand prepares for a second wave of job cuts.
Data reveals laid-off tourism and hospitality staff eye up real estate as a new career.
A new well-being app aimed at healthcare workers could also help stressed retail workers.
Smiths City set to be sold to Polar Capital.
The economy faces a relatively short and very sharp recession over coming year.
Tourism workers are getting support and there's a glimmer of hope for hospitality.
Working from home can be a minefield of distractions for newbies - here are some top tips.
New study reveals more than half of Kiwi workers are disengaged at work.
New data shows enrolment numbers have only risen slightly since 2015.
Hotel chain among businesses offering online will package as an employee benefit
Increasing the number of women in leadership also increases innovation and profit.
Trailblazers in business and STEM and how they are attracting girls to the industries.
New graduates have voted on their most favoured workplaces... is yours on the list?