A Kiwi charity founded by a former Young New Zealander of the Year is starting a recruitment agency specifically for millennials.
Findings from a nationwide survey of employers have found that the 90-day trial periods should be called the "take a chance on me" legislation.
Council of Trade Unions President Richard Wagstaff said that he was disappointed in the National Party’s knee-jerk response to the Government’s announcement of the Fair Pay Agreement working group yesterday.
International university students and New Zealanders alike would benefit from the Government’s proposed overhaul of post-study work visas, says Victoria University of Wellington.
Fair Pay Agreements are a cause of concern for the business community, says Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of Commerce CEO Leeann Watson.
Decent jobs for Kiwis who have been trapped in low-wage industries are set to return with Fair Pay Agreements, says Council of Trade Unions President Richard Wagstaff.
Union membership on the decline says Unite Union national secretary Gerard Hehir partly caused by those retiring not being replaced by young new members fast enough writes Anuja Nadkarni for Stuff.
Rewarding trade and technical careers for women are there for the taking within the Infrastructure sector. The problem is women don’t always know about them.
Our immigration system is flawed, with highly skilled and qualified migrants being approved who may not be suitable for New Zealand, an expert is warning writes Lincoln Tan in the NZHerald.
The health risks of insecure work have been exposed during Select Committee submissions today on the Employment Relations Amendment Bill.