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Woman accused of threatening to kill top architecture firm staff appears in court
A woman facing six charges stood quietly as a judge considered extending name suppression.
Editorial: RSE programme needs an immediate change of name and culture
We need to stop treating our Pasifika whānau as cheap labour at our beck and call.
'Pressure is going to be great': Far North aged care facilities find solution to growing skills shortage
Far North aged care facilities find solution to recruit staff in a region of high demand.
Cooking the Books: Why embracing a ‘personal brand’ could get you a pay rise
It can be the key to earning more without returning to studying.
The jobs gone and likely to go from New Zealand’s universities
The universities need to trim expenses to return to financial surplus.
Money Talks: Spark CEO Jolie Hodson on finding a work-life balance
The Spark chief executive reflects on the meaning of money with Liam Dann.
Power List: Who owns Mitre 10 stores throughout New Zealand?
Structure of this shy 49-year-old giant a quietly brilliant story of co-operative success.
Businessman jailed for tax evasion, forgery of almost $1m
He tried to justify false GST returns by providing IRD with forged invoices.
How NZ brands are responding to the Bangladesh strike
Are New Zealand clothing retailers joining international calls for better pay?
This shop offering staff unlimited holidays and sick leave
No one has yet abused the unlimited annual leave, shop's managing director said.
'Toxic relationship': The jobs nurses are doing instead of nursing
Returning to work in the health system was like going back into an 'abusive marriage'.
Hairdresser Rodney Wayne loses five salons in cutting blow
Rodney Wayne blasted the Labour government for making it difficult to get staff.
Gisborne mill workers ‘devastated’ over sudden job losses
Japanese-owned Juken NZ will close its Gisborne mill, costing 80 jobs.
‘You should be very concerned about job security’: How AI is set to rock the workforce
“It’s a lot like climate change, just a hell of a lot faster."
'Dark side of seasonal work' leaves Pacific nations concerned about benefits
The new government agrees the Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) scheme needs to expand.
Māori and Pasifika dominant on the shop floor, while Pākeha fill leadership roles
OPINION: Sydney Keepa outlines pay discrepancies for Māori men.
'Failure of respect': Woman wins $30,000 after wrongful dismissal
Kristy Milne’s contract was not renewed after her employer made it conditional.
'Secrecy only benefits the employers': Should people's salaries be made public?
New figures show job listings featuring salaries have risen by about a third in a year.
What it’s really like to quit your job and travel with the family
One couple decided it was now or never.
Is remote work the answer to women's prayers, or a new 'mummy track'?
New York Times: Before the pandemic, women were more likely to choose flexible work.
Man v Musk: The whistleblower who created headaches for Tesla
New York Times: What started as a good news story has turned into a nightmare.