Friday, November 10, 2017
As both a sponsor and judge of the Talent ID Employee of the Year Award for the Westpac Rotorua Business Excellence Awards, along with my co-judge Don Gunn from Eves Realty, the task has been both rewarding, awe-inspiring and incredibly challenging. As we have another year of Business Excellence Awards behind us (Rotorua) it has been both motivating and inspiring to see organisations putting themselves forward to be judged. Congratulations to the businesses and individuals who took the time and put themselves out of their comfort zone to be recognised amongst their business peers.
Monday, July 24, 2017
The positive spin on a Contingent Workforce
Monday, April 3, 2017
Business Interruption Planning & Crisis Management
Friday, February 17, 2017
The minimum wage set to increase again as of April 1, to $15.75, reflecting a slow but steady climb over the past few years. The minimum wage is reviewed annually on December 31, and it would seem that the political pressures of an election year have prompted another increase.
Friday, February 3, 2017
We are well and truly on the other side of the New Year now and 2017 has certainly started full of promise for an exciting year ahead.
Thursday, November 24, 2016
Talent ID Recruitment has won the SEEK 2016 Small Recruitment Agency Award, beating out two Auckland firms in the finals.
Wednesday, September 7, 2016
Regardless of your businesses size and access to resources, dealing with workplace grievances or disciplinary processes will be challenging, time-consuming, and often costly. NZ case law makes it abundantly clear that ‘procedurally fair processes’ are extremely important in dealing with workplace issues; yet many employers are still failing to get it right. Although a common sense approach is often advocated, there is often a wide interpretation on what constitutes ‘common sense!
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
SME’s are the classic New Zealand family run or owner operated business that entrepreneurial kiwi’s love. But not all of us want to work until we are 85; and our kids may not necessarily have an interest in taking over the family business - so what of succession planning? It may not even be as a result of retirement, it may be around business growth, having the right talent to fill key roles, and knowing the strengths and weaknesses in your workforce.