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A test for the boss: Will they allow WFH after your overseas trip?
Employment expert says bosses couldn't reasonably deny staff who can do job from home.
Five challenges of hybrid work - and how to overcome them
HBR: At least in the near term hybrid work arrangements will be the norm for many.
Hospitals consistently understaffed, nurses overworked, report finds
A major independent report has found nurses are exhausted from consistent understaffing.
Roses are red, traffic lights are too: Restaurants lure diners with heart-shaped pizza and Omicron tents
Kiwis will spend $180m on dining out tomorrow but hospo workers advise spreading the love.
Want a job? 24,000 kiwifruit workers needed as labour shortage bites
Last season harvesting roles paid an average of $27 an hour rates vary and can reach $40.
Omicron effect: Thousands of workers advised to stay home
Some tell staff to stay home, some offer 'hybrid' arrangements.
Body blow: Financially wounded businesses now facing the 'big sick'
Two painful years for many business have been a curtain-raiser to Omicron's onslaught
Woman awarded $24,000 after colleague sexually harassed her, stalked her on Facebook
A man harassed a fellow security guard, saying he'd follow her home and watch her sleep.
Boobie ban: Legal stoush forces business to rebrand
My Boobie Bag has to rebrand after fellow breastfeeding businesses trademarks common term.
Bosses warned: Prepare for skills shortage to bite further next year
Expert says tight border and Kiwis heading overseas will see the skills shortage continue.
If you thought hybrid working was hard, wait until 2022
Divide over worker autonomy will widen as trend for more flexible working gathers pace.
Blind CEO says bosses are missing out on 'rockstars' when they overlook disabled jobseekers
A new campaign encourages bosses to hire disabled people to meet the skills shortage.
Hello, welcome to Wendy's... can I take your job application?
A chatbot called Lou starts the recruitment process which a human then finishes.
Cafes and restaurants refusing to open doors in support of unvaxxed
Some venues are choosing to remain closed rather than ask patrons to show vaccine passes.
Auckland eatery invites unvaxxed to apply for jobs
Popular Lone Star restaurant says it won't ask for vax status when employing or serving.
Cash injection: Rotorua company to pay $3000 bonus to vaccinated staff
The Rotorua-based company is paying the bonuses after being on track to achieve budgets.
Claire Trevett: Govt's quick-draw 'no jab, no job' law comes at a price
OPINION: A law that will require 40 per cent of workers to be vaccinated needs more care.
Businesses test vaccine pass to see if it makes the cut
Auckland hairdressers and barbers can open their doors from Thursday.
Disclosure: Think twice before telling colleagues your salary
Greater disclosure doesn't always result in equity.
Auckland woman awarded $25,000 after boss calls her 'f***ing hopeless'
A woman who was told by her boss she was "f***ing useless" has been awarded $25,000.
Hairdressers inundated with calls after rumour doors could be open next week
Hairdressers call for clarity after rumour of an early opening date heightens anxiety.
Rage quitting: New study reveals why impulsively resigning is all the rage
Lockdown has seen a spike in the number of people who have quit in the heat of the moment.
Revealed: Disrupters, influencers and business leaders making a difference - Auckland Uni's top alumni stars
Who are the inspiring young New Zealanders making a difference in New Zealand and abroad?
Survey results: Burnt out workforce plan longer than usual holiday time this summer
Covid fatigue is one driver to take more holiday leave this summer than any other year.
How working parents can create a new normal for their family
HBR: Working parents have endured nonstop waves of challenges during the pandemic.
From Auckland school field to $18b - the tale of two property bosses
"Even though I have been here 25 years, I'm a pretty loyal New Zealander" - Huljich.