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‘Menstrual leave’: the next workplace perk for women? by Chloe Taylor | 5/12/2014 3:36:29 p.m.

An internationally recognised figure in the field of Reproductive Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics, has recently suggested that women should be entitled to paid ‘menstrual leave’ at work.read more

Pay rises anticipated for HR by Tammy Buckley | 2/12/2014 1:04:22 p.m.

HR professionals are expecting the new year to deliver pay rises, reveals a new survey.read more

Double standards: Women in leadership at risk of depression by Chloe Taylor | 25/11/2014 1:39:07 a.m.

Research has shown that women in leadership positions are more inclined to suffer depressive symptoms than their male counterparts.read more

How to improve relationships with contractors by Tammy Buckley | 21/11/2014 9:30:41 a.m.

A new survey has shown a divide between contractors and employers with contractors feeling sidelined by organisations. So what steps need to be taken to bridge the divide?read more

Avoid DIY drug testing warns expert by Tammy Buckley | 19/11/2014 4:06:35 p.m.

Companies undertaking their own drug testing may save money but, in light of a recent legal case in Australia, one expert is warning they do so at their own risk.read more

“Hugs, jokes” and “honey and sweetie”: Is CERA chief guilty of sexual harassment? by Chloe Taylor | 19/11/2014 3:22:45 p.m.

Roger Sutton’s resignation as chief executive of the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority has generated a lot of debate over what is and isn’t acceptable in the workplace. HRM investigates… read more

Employment Relations Amendment Bill becomes law by Tammy Buckley | 6/11/2014 1:31:48 p.m.

Far-reaching workplace reforms are set to be rolled out as the controversial Employment Relations Amendment Bill became law last night, having been voted in by the slimmest of margins.read more

Who is most prone to work-related injuries? by Tammy Buckley | 26/10/2014 5:12:24 a.m.

Statistics New Zealand has released its latest report into work-related ACC claims and it reveals a surprising insight into the most injury-prone workers.read more