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Bring on the jab?

‘No jab, no job’ is a hot topic in the current climate. Here, Sherridan Cook and Gabrielle Lintott discuss what employers can, and can’t, do with regard to mandating employees

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Management November 2021

An evolution: Defining organisational success today What te ao Māori can teach us about sustainable leadership  Managing supply chain restrictions Why digital could make or break the new health regime

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AI in the health sector

Artificial intelligence is becoming more commonplace in New Zealand’s health sector, but there is still some way to go for the sector to fully embrace the available technology, says Ryl

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The New Normal

A lot can happen in 12 months.A year ago New Zealand, and the rest of the world, was reeling not just from the impact of an international pandemic, but also from the

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Dousing the flames of fatigue

If you are consistently tired before the day starts, you may be burnt out. By Kate Kearins. Chances are, you’ll have seen the spate of recent headlines decrying the ever-growing

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How will AI change work?

A new report pays particular attention to the way AI will change hiring, monitoring, and the managing of staff. By Annie Gray. A University of Otago report looking at the

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Management August 2021

Lessons from a first-time CEO
Ways to improve the employee experience using AI
AI in the health sector
How will AI change work?
Why leaders need to take a risk-based approach to data securit

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Looking at Pay Transparency

Strategic Pay recently asked a range of New Zealand organisations how transparent they were with their employees about pay. Nearly three quarters said their employees have some access to pay

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Leading from the front

Diversity should not be something left purely for an internal diversity group. Maybe you should ask the question: what have you done recently to show your support for your diverse

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The cut of the cloth

If you want to ‘step-up’ in your career, you need to invest in that, writes Jackie O’Fee. I recently was a “prize” in an incentive programme for a nationwide sales

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Burned out? You are not alone 

Burnout appears to be a growing phenomenon which leaders are increasingly aware they need to address, not just for their employees’ well-being but for their own well-being too. As a

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Management May 2021

Pandemic leadership lessons: A North American perspective
4 Day Week becoming a reality around the globe
Burned out? You are not alone
Study: Employee well-being is a major priority for many global CEOs
Why internal theming works

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National HR Summit New Zealand

We know the value of keeping HR leaders updated on the latest sector developments – now more than ever. That’s why we’ve partnered with Human Resources Director to bring you

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Maximising your value and purpose

In an age when turbulence and uncertainty continue to rock the world’s economies and business environment, the MBA remains a beacon of life-enhancing, career-changing knowledge and inspiration.  These are interesting

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Why not be a director?

Being a director is not for the faint hearted. It can be a full on, demanding and daunting role, but it’s also an opportunity to help build a strong, fair

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RCEP good for New Zealand

New Zealand’s benefits from RCEP are wider than just tariff relief, says ExportNZ. ExportNZ executive director Catherine Beard has welcomed the signing of the RCEP trade deal which formalises New

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FROM THE EDITOR

BUY YOUR NOVEMBER ISSUE HERE …… While 2020 has been a year that, I am sure, many would like to forget it doesn’t seem, at this point in time at least,

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What’s your purpose?

Having a purpose, beyond profit, that is Governing for purpose beyond profit is one of the defining governance transformations of current times. While there was always an element of this in

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Management November 2020

Rethinking the way we think of work: The difference between productivity and value creation  Supporting and engaging employees in challenging times Market for D&O insurance hardest in living memory  Why a

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Reclaim your time

The pandemic lockdown has seen many business leaders transform the way they work and it’s probably fair to say a good number will have had to up their personal technological

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BUY YOUR AUGUST ISSUE HERE …… Our workplaces are changing and it’s probably fair to say so are both leaders and employees as the pandemic continues to dominate how we all

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Time for a career pivot?

As the global pandemic sees New Zealand unemployment levels rise, is it time for a career rethink? The fallout from the global pandemic has already seen tens of thousands of New

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Let’s get a win from this

Companies have now seen that the previous concerns they had around employees working from home, and the need for present-ism, were largely overblown and that productivity was often higher at

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Management August 2020

New technologies can help create diverse workplaces The future of workplace flexibility Reclaim your time: Clever productivity tools tech-savvy leaders use Time for a career pivot? Tips on winning bids and

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NZ economy: unchartered waters

The BusinessNZ Planning Forecast for the June 2020 quarter shows the NZ economy ploughing through unchartered waters in the wake of the Covid crisis, with the worst impacts yet to

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Building trustworthy AI

The AI Forum of New Zealand has recently published a set of guiding principles to help build public trust in the development and use of artificial intelligence across New Zealand.

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