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Nintendo criticized for firing employee in midst of online abuse by | 7/04/2016 2:40:47 a.m.

The company has been accused of abandoning the worker while she was being ruthlessly harassed more

Preparing for the new Health and Safety at Work Act by HRM | 24/03/2016 1:21:29 p.m.

One industry expert offers his advice to employers on preparing for the upcoming more

Drag and drop: The employee of the future by Miklos Bolza | 17/03/2016 10:57:21 a.m.

One leading business expert has put forward a new staff concept which may help organisations find precisely the right type of worker for the task at more

“We were dead wrong,” admits Google HR team by Nicola Middlemiss | 17/03/2016 10:53:20 a.m.

What makes a team great? HR pros from the tech giant set out to answer the question but were surprised by the more

New Zealand’s most attractive employer revealed by Chloe Taylor | 5/03/2016 11:55:28 a.m.

This organisation won an accolade last night which proved its attractiveness to the New Zealand workforce. read more

Winners announced at NZ HR awards by Nicola Middlemiss | 26/02/2016 8:06:48 a.m.

The Human Resources Institute of New Zealand held their annual awards evening last night but which industry big-hitters took home a trophy?read more

Auckland employee sacked over missing $1.8 million by Nicola Middlemiss | 22/02/2016 3:14:49 p.m.

Police have been notified after Auckland International Airport found “unexplained transactions” to the tune of $1.8 more

Exclusive insight from award-winning Kiwi company by Nicola Middlemiss | 28/01/2016 10:00:20 p.m.

Head of HR Nikki Howell talks about what it means to win the most improved workplace award – among many more

Christchurch HR manager jailed over $400K theft by Nicola Middlemiss | 28/01/2016 1:35:22 p.m.

The law-firm HR professional was jailed for three years yesterday after a judge said she’d been motivated by greed, rather than more