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WorkSafe fine 'will put company under' says owner

Sun, 21 Jan 2018 13:25:54 +1200

The founder of a tree care business ordered to pay $108,500 by WorkSafe says the company value is less than the fine and it will put him out of business.James Isaacs, who founded StumpMaster Limited in 2008, was ordered to pay a...

Media Files:|caption=Stumpmaster Limited founder James Isaacs. Photo/Supplied

Harvey Weinstein a 'complete creep' - Kiwi filmmaker and writer Anthony McCarten

Sat, 20 Jan 2018 11:00:21 +1200

An Oscar-nominated Kiwi filmmaker and writer has spoken of how he actively avoided Harvey Weinstein, because the shamed Hollywood mogul had such a "ghastly reputation".Anthony McCarten, a New Zealand-born writer based in London...

Media Files:|caption=Kiwi filmmaker and writer Anthony McCarten has spoken of his avoidance of Harvey Weinstein. Photo / File

Revolutionary thinking needed

Fri, 19 Jan 2018 09:15:46 +1200

After enjoying time recharging, and reconnecting with family and friends, my thoughts have turned to the year ahead and the new skills that Kiwi workers will need to thrive in the future.And although the future is notoriously difficult...

Media Files:|caption=Michael Moynahan, chair of the Arts Council of New Zealand which governs Creative NZ.

Tom O'Neil: Employment predictions for 2018

Fri, 19 Jan 2018 09:04:42 +1200

At the risk of putting my career as your employment columnist in jeopardy, I would like to make my key predictions for the year ahead. Year of the Women All around the world the voices of women are being heard with a new resonance....

Media Files:|caption=Positive changes are on the way. Picture / Getty Images

Driver injured after being trapped under dump truck near Riverhead

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 19:59:03 +1200

A young man has suffered critical injuries after being trapped inside the roll cage of his small dump truck at work near Riverhead, northwest of Auckland, this morning.A St John spokeswoman said two ambulances, a rescue helicopter...

Media Files:|caption=The accident happened in Helensville.

Take your time, talk to the screen

Tue, 16 Jan 2018 08:58:58 +1200

Small, medium and large Kiwi organisations are turning to one-way recorded interviews as a way of increasing the talent pool and decreasing the time spent doing phone screens.Once candidates pass pre-screening, which may be automated...

Media Files:|caption=One-way videos give candidates time to focus submit their application at a time that suits them.Picture / Getty Images