'Unpaid' worker claims constructive dismissal

Can you expect a worker to 'tolerate' your failure to pay? ERA decides

Manager wins over $22,000 for unjustified disadvantage, dismissal

Employer's 'failure of communication and adherence to due process' led to results, ERA says

How criminal charges impact employment investigations

Worker given interim order against workplace investigation during criminal trial

New Zealand employers ready to pay more for employees with AI skills

Willingness comes ahead of expected boost in productivity from artificial intelligence: report

'We need to be constantly pulse-checking with employees'

2Degrees' Head of People Operations Ryan Ghisi on HR initiatives that include benchmarking, AI, employee engagement

Why are fewer PTO requests being approved?

Requests for paid time off increased globally in the first quarter – but more were declined, finds survey

How many hours are employees saving due to gen AI?

'Most respondents view a potential employer's decision to provide access to gen AI tools favourably'

'Ghosted': Employer stops replying to texts, calls after failing to pay wages

'His system got hacked, and he was unable to access accounts,' claims director

Oranga Tamariki to lay off nearly 450 workers

New Zealand's public agencies proposing job cuts as part of public service cost-cutting


How can employers help their people juggle an ever-growing list of anxieties and concerns?


Amy Coleman sits down with HRD to chat growth mindset, DEI pushes and the changing face of HR

'As a successful consultant, part of that success is being a strong developer of people,' says Mary Moreland


Should Kiwi workers 'make more of a fuss' over their working conditions?