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Sick leave increase essential in Covid times, say experts
Covid means the doubling of sick pay entitlements is more important than ever say experts.
Small Business: Women's nutritional health range born out of illness
Ill health led Anna Thompson-Ford to develop a range of health supplements for women.
'Deceptive and wrong': Ngāi Tahu rejects Collins' claims of asset co-ownership plans
Ngai Tahu rubbishes Judith Collins' claim that a co-ownership water plan has upset mayors.
Harmoney founder, employees to cash in nearly $24m on IPO
The former peer to peer lender has released its prospectus ahead of its listing.
'Absolutely gutted': Hundreds of workers at The Warehouse made redundant
The union says hundreds of workers at The Warehouse are being made redundant.
Covid's tech boom: The company offering free courses to get you into tech
Tech firm IBM is training a more diverse future workforce in software and AI - for free.
Kiwi startup mental health app that prevents bullying is about to go global
A Kiwi-made wellbeing app that supports staff and advises leaders has had huge success.
From retail to cow tails - new job in dairy proves perfect match
A retail worker has made the switch to milking assistant and said it's the best move ever.
Second lockdown a wake-up call to 'go digital' for small businesses
Kiwi company offers free website design and set up for small businesses to go digital.
Small Business: Lockdown boom time for digital recruitment agency
Recruitment for online and digital roles expected to soar on the back of another lockdown.
Thousands of stressed workers download wellbeing app
A wellbeing app has been adopted by big businesses and had more than 60,000 downloads
Architect told boss lucrative golf club project was on hold - then did the job himself
Senior architect secretly took on job then worked on the project during work hours.
Kiwi products find instant success on dedicated platform
It kept local businesses afloat during lockdown and the momentum is building for Chooice.
Kiwis book out escape room and give business boost
An 'escape room' business that took a hit during lockdown has made a remarkable recovery.
From pizza delivery to slice of corporate success: Kiwi woman's journey
Hard work has seen a former pizza-delivery driver land a top job at the fast-food giant.
Covid-19 redundant now covered with insurance careers
NZ insurance company AAI snaps up 40 people made redundant from travel and aviation.
Workspace and work from home trends after Covid-19
The hot-desking big corporate life is making way for a more social collaborative workspace
Bosses warned rights still the same under Covid-19
Experts warn businesses to follow the same process as pre-Covid-19 to avoid issues.
Interactive: The companies where 14,000 NZ jobs have been lost
New Zealand prepares for a second wave of job cuts.
Huge spike in real estate enrolments as Covid-19 job seekers retrain
Data reveals laid-off tourism and hospitality staff eye up real estate as a new career.
Under pressure retail staff helped by new well-being app
A new well-being app aimed at healthcare workers could also help stressed retail workers.
Retailer Smiths City set to be sold, seven stores to close
Smiths City set to be sold to Polar Capital.
Budget 2020: Unemployment seen peaking at 9.8% in September
The economy faces a relatively short and very sharp recession over coming year.
Support and redeployment for tourism talent - and level 3 hope for hospitality
Tourism workers are getting support and there's a glimmer of hope for hospitality.
Coronavirus got you working from home? Twitter's top tips to avoid distraction
Working from home can be a minefield of distractions for newbies - here are some top tips.
Disengaged at work? Survey results reveal you're not alone
New study reveals more than half of Kiwi workers are disengaged at work.
Girls wanted: University wants more females to enrol in engineering
New data shows enrolment numbers have only risen slightly since 2015.