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Watch out: Employment law has quietly changed

  • News
  • July 29, 2016
  • Kearin Pollard
Watch out: Employment law has quietly changed

Recently, a Bay of Plenty kiwifruit contracting business was found to owe more than $226k to its workers. It incurred additional penalties for breaching employment law. With cases like this in mind, it is vital that businesses understand the importance of having a fully compliant employment agreement in place and that workers receive their minimum legal entitlements.

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Brought to you by Haystack: Overemphasis of cultural fit means missing out on talent

  • Opinion
  • December 11, 2015
  • Alen Levis
Brought to you by Haystack: Overemphasis of cultural fit means missing out on talent

Alen Levis is the creator of Haystack Jobs, an app which allows employers to hire staff using mobile devices. He reminds retailers seeking holiday staff to broaden their perspective on who fits in with the rest of the team.

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Brought to you by Haystack: A recruiter looks behind the scenes at Trade Me

  • Opinion
  • September 4, 2015
  • Alen Levis
Brought to you by Haystack: A recruiter looks behind the scenes at Trade Me

Alen Levis is the creator of Haystack Jobs, an app which allows employers to hire staff using mobile devices. Retailers experience high staffing turnover compared to other employers, with an average rate of 29.8 percent. As part of a content partnership, Levis looks into what makes Trade Me such an effective employer.

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How executive retail has shaped Dry & Tea owner Amy Sznicer's career

  • Who's Where
  • July 10, 2015
  • Sarah Dunn
How executive retail has shaped Dry & Tea owner Amy Sznicer's career

Amy Sznicer wants everyone to know that working in retail can be glamorous. As the new owner of Auckland’s favourite blow-dry bar, she should know. Sznicer stepped away last year from a well-established career in executive retail to take over Dry & Tea, which now boasts three outlets in central Auckland. She explains how her years in retail have informed her new direction.

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