Former principal suspended for inappropriate conduct

Principal also censured and barred from seeking, accepting management roles

Feedback wanted: New Zealand starts work health, safety consultations

Employers welcome consultation on reform to 'overly complex system'

Wells Fargo employees fired for 'simulation of keyboard activity'

Financial services firm slams practice as 'unethical behaviour'

Tesla shareholders approve Musk's $48-billion compensation package

Approval comes months after court's rejection of Musk's pay

Worker cries constructive dismissal after looking into sexual harassment complaints

Cites employer's 'dismissive' attitude about workplace safety

New Zealand developing voluntary calculation tool to address gender pay gap

Business leaders laud move as 'positive step forward'

Changes in the workplace impacting business

New Zealand's employment institutions, especially Employment Court, are driving material change

Public service workforce shrinks amid reduced public spending

'These are tough decisions and I feel for anyone losing their job,' minister says

AI and HR: High optimism, low adoption reported among decision-makers

New research reveals 'considerable gap in adoption and hesitation' with AI


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


In implementing HR tech, put the user experience at the forefront, says Travis Windling of RBC

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


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