Executive Update

Executive Update eNewsletter

The fortnightly newsletter for thought leaders 21st December 2012

In this issue

This is the last Executive Update for 2012; we will return in the week beginning January 14, 2013. We wish you all very happy and restful festive season, and return to work rejuvenated for the year ahead. Read more »

‘Modest’ pay rises only for Kiwis in 2013 while salaries in Asia continue to rocket

New Zealand workers can expect only modest pay rises next year while high growth markets in nearby Asia will see salaries increase by up to three times that of their Western neighbours, according to the latest pay forecast data gathered by global management consultancy Hay Group. Read more »

Shareholder scrutiny forecast to increase

The level of shareholder scrutiny on corporate governance practices will increase over the next few years, according to Deloitte’s Director 360: Degrees of Progress survey released earlier this month. Read more »

NZ corporate leaders on vision, success and leadership

Air New Zealand’s Rob Fyfe, Fonterra’s Sir Henry van der Heyden and Ngai Tahu’s Mark Solomon share their views on vision, success and leadership in video extracts from the recent Deloitte/Management magazine Top 200 Awards. Read more »

Majority of New Zealand workforce job-hunting in 2013

New research shows nearly two thirds (61%) of Kiwi workers are planning to leave their job in 2013 – double the amount from last year – according to the latest Randstad World of Work Report. Read more »

Businesses want hand-ups not hand-outs

Support for apprenticeships, research & development and reduction in red tape were the strong themes from recent Grant Thornton IBR survey.

Given the ongoing challenging economic environment Pam Newlove, co-chair and partner, Grant Thornton New Zealand, said the surprise is more in what businesses want the Government not to do rather than an interventionist approach.

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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