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How an increase in the minimum wage will impact your business(views2291)
John McGill CEO at Strategic Pay says any major shift in pay with one group will likely result in adjustments to others.
Bullying and harassment in the workplace(views1747)
There has been a steady stream of high-profile harassment cases in recent months and many employers are seeking ways to better protect their workplace.
What HR can expect from employment law in 2018(views2139)
With a new government at the helm, 2018 is shaping up to be a transformative year – here, top lawyer Gillian Service offers insight into key changes
Accommodating employees with disabilities(views4681)
Employees with disabilities are frequently overlooked when it comes to diversity & inclusion strategies – and as such employers risk falling afoul of the various laws protecting the rights of workers. HRD TV sat down with Matthew Piper, senior solicitor at Simpson Grierson, to find out what employers must do to remain compliant.
Achieving equal pay on a budget(views3347)
A lack of resources shouldn’t stop any organisation from achieving equal pay, says the HR head of one award-winning charity.
Could your trial periods land you in trouble?(views3202)
One of New Zealand’s leading employment lawyers explains how HR can be sure their trial periods are fair and lawful.
Team building delivering value within the workplace(views2768)
Stu Robertson CEO at Team Up Events says the traditional perception of team building is changing as organisations can start to see the merits of using it as part of their employee engagement and development program. Robertson says team building is an important part of driving workplace culture, and can deliver real results.
Rise of the machines: HR and job automation(views2987)
With increasing job automation and developments like machine learning and artificial intelligence gaining traction, there are fears that many job roles will be made redundant or require a significant overhaul to remain viable. While HR roles are not immune to this trend, Jason Ennor, CEO of MyHR, says there is more to be gained than lost from these developments.
What the Living Wage Movement means for your company(views6316)
The Living Wage Movement has gained traction globally in recent years. HRMTV sat down with Annie Newman, national convenor of the Living Wage Movement Aotearoa, to discuss why its popularity has grown and why there are significant benefits to employers who embrace and support the movement.