Executive Update

Executive Update eNewsletter

The fortnightly newsletter for thought leaders 31st August 2012

In this issue

A new survey reveals New Zealand’s most reputable organisations and emphasises the importance of strong leadership.

Talent assessment firm SHL identifies what workers want: and it’s not just money, but that sure helps. Read more »

What’s in name?

Air New Zealand has returned to top the Hay Group/NZ Management magazine list of Most Reputable Organisations (MRO). The findings are based on research among C-suite executives and board directors.

Air New Zealand takes the top slot in the overall rankings, followed by Fonterra and then Beca.

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What workers want

Seventy percent of workers still expect more money out of promotion despite pay and hiring freezes, according to new research from talent assessment solutions firm, SHL.

MD Stephanie Christopher says companies unable to offer promotions or pay rises not only risk losing good talent but employees who remain may become demotivated and disengaged. Read more »

The good oil on NZ entrepreneurs

NZ is outperforming other countries in number of key areas including hiring, positive expectations for economic improvement, and revenue and profit.

So says The Entrepreneurs Organization (EO) in its latest results from its Global Entrepreneur Indicator research project. Read more »

EEO Work & Life Awards

Counties Manukau District Health Board (CMDHB) has scooped the Supreme Award at this year’s ANZ New Zealand & EEO Trust Work & Life Awards.

It won both the top prize and the Tomorrow’s Workforce Award for its Health Science Academies which offer bright Pacific Island and Maori secondary school students head start for career in the health sector. Read more »

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Business benefits of privacy

Privacy Week (13-17 May) is a great time to consider the importance of privacy and to help ensure you and your company have good privacy practices in place, writes Privacy

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