Employment law

How equal is the NZ workforce?

How equal is the NZ workforce?

Young Kiwi women are more likely than ever to be working, learning, or training

Is discrimination holding your employees back?

Is discrimination holding your employees back?

New research shows that perceptions of unfair barriers to career progression persist in New Zealand workplaces

Are you making these termination mistakes?

Are you making these termination mistakes?

HRD talks to Sherridan Cook, partner at Buddle Findlay, about how employers can get in trouble during the termination process

A history of Pride: How to celebrate LGBTQ employees

A history of Pride: How to celebrate LGBTQ employees

Over 50% of organisations need to do more to support LGBTQ issues

'One employee worked 985 hours without being paid at all'

'One employee worked 985 hours without being paid at all'

The employees were not paid the minimum wage or any payments owed under the Holidays Act

NZ worker awarded $9K for a day's work

NZ worker awarded $9K for a day's work

The woman was told at the end of the shift that her work was part of an unpaid trial