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Can you accept resignations made in the heat of the moment? by Tammy Buckley | 20/06/2016 12:45:41 a.m.

Following a recent ERA decision in which an employee was awarded sick leave after he had resigned in anger, HRM investigates the legal ramifications of accepting a resignation made by an employee in the heat of the more

Government blocks parental leave bill by Nicola Middlemiss | 16/06/2016 3:12:21 p.m.

The widely-supported legislation was stopped in its tracks earlier more

Fonterra appoints new head of people and culture by Nicola Middlemiss | 3/06/2016 12:52:39 p.m.

New Zealand’s third-largest employer has named its new managing director of people and culture, effective July more

Three steps to a mentally healthy workplace by Miklos Bolza | 13/05/2016 3:41:48 p.m.

A leading health specialist discusses how a three-step strategy can help HR deal with psychological health issues at more

How to spot an office psychopath by Hannah Norton | 28/04/2016 12:15:46 p.m.

They might not behave badly in the interview process but certain personalities should send warning signals to more

Future technology: Are your staff present? by Miklos Bolza | 27/04/2016 12:21:57 p.m.

When it comes to times and attendance, increasing numbers of non-contract workers mean firms have to rely on more advanced software to track it more

Could Countdown be your next HR consultant? by Nicola Middlemiss | 20/04/2016 11:38:29 a.m.

New Zealand’s largest supermarket chain may soon start providing HR professionals with more than their weekly shopping…read more

NZ’s corporate culture outdoing European counterparts by Nicola Middlemiss | 15/04/2016 2:04:11 p.m.

The French-born HR head of an iconic Kiwi organisation says New Zealand can compete with the best in the world when it comes to more

Hungover Kiwis really can claim sick leave by Nicola Middlemiss | 7/04/2016 4:33:53 p.m.

Parliament didn’t define “sick” in the Holidays Act so it’s open to interpretation, says one leading business more