600,000 employment agreements: Lots of happy businesses
The free Employment Agreement Builder has been used to create more than 600,000 agreements since its launch three years ago.
Check to make sure you’re giving your employees the right amount of leave and paying them for it correctly.
Stress at work is normal but needs to be identified, minimised and managed. Read on for tips to keep you and your employees healthy and well.
Get an overview of law changes coming into effect in early 2019. Find out how these changes affect your business.
As an employer, you’re responsible for dealing with sexual harassment at work. Use WorkSafe’s toolkit to help you understand and manage this risk.
The minimum wage is going up from $16.50 to $17.70 per hour. Here’s what you’ll need to know for your business.
A new law introduces paid leave for employees affected by domestic violence. It comes into effect in April 2019 — find out your responsibilities as an employer.
Having a flexible workforce has benefits both for employees, and for your business. Here’s why these arrangements make good business sense.
Some employment law changes came into effect in December 2018, and more are coming in May 2019. Check how they impact you.
From payday filing to the paid parental leave extension, here’s a summary of what’s new and what’s changed for small businesses – check which apply to you.
Our news was read more than a million times in 2018. Here are the top 10 most popular articles.
There's plenty you can tell your staff about KiwiSaver, and now the Financial Markets Authority has resources that can help answer questions in more detail.
If there’s constantly more demand for your product or service than you can provide, it might be time to consider hiring your first employee.
A health and wellbeing policy is an excellent way to build a positive and healthy workplace. Use our tool to create one for your business.
Last month’s article about payday filing generated a lot of questions and feedback. We’ve worked with Inland Revenue to bring you some answers.
As an employer or manager, you know your people are essential to the success of your business. Supporting them when they need it is really important.
From 1 July 2018, the number of weeks a parent can receive government-funded parental leave payments increases from 18 weeks to 22 weeks.
Good communication and feedback helps make businesses more productive by streamlining projects and eliminating mix-ups. Follow these tips to communicate better.
These reference checking tips will help you get the best information about an applicant so you can be confident you’re making a good decision.
The minimum wage is going up from $15.75 to $16.50 per hour. Here’s what you’ll need to know for your business.