A lot to Celebrate
Thursday June 1, 2023
We welcome Vegetables New Zealand (VNZI) into the NZ Ethical Employer Partnership whanau.
Our newsletter aims to celebrate and support you, connecting you to global and local insights that contribute to the creation of more inclusive workplaces.
Tricky Employment Issues
Monday May 1, 2023
Welcome to the May edition of the NZEE Newsletter. Five months into 2023, it is shaping up to be a year of elevated uncertainty and heightened volatility.
Supreme winners! In this issue, we celebrate another outstanding NZ Ethical Employer, and five amazing RSE artists. We discuss a recent Employment Court decision about employee compensation for overtime at work. We cover a variety of topics such as IRD's services, measuring mental wellbeing, and how to stay safe during flood recovery.
Saturday April 1, 2023
This month we share some easy tips for when stress builds up in our lives. We look at the economics of climate change and natural disasters with BERL’s Birds Eye View. Link to the final episodes of the Voices of the Pacific. Learn about a new Pastoral Care program for Kiwi workers. And we take a deep dive into legal definition of “what is work”.
Resilience & Well-Being
Wednesday March 1, 2023
The effects of Cyclone Gabrielle have left many in our communities severely impacted. Our thoughts are with those that have been affected and now face the massive task of cleaning up.
Climate and cost crisis continues
Wednesday February 1, 2023
Welcome to the first issue of NZEE Newsletter for 2023. We look at what is happening, what’s coming up, trends, and unpick some of the trickier employment and human rights issues facing employers.
A Global Individual Responsibility
Wednesday December 7, 2022
Welcome to the final issue of 2022. We wake up sharing the planet with 8 billion other people. Sustainability of our global home is an individual responsibility. This month we look at ways we can each make a contribution.
Growing Better with NZ Ethical Employers
Tuesday November 1, 2022
How far have we come in the 50 years since NZ passed the Equal Pay Act? Statistics NZ show we still have a long way to go. We look at what that gap means, and what we, as employers, can do about it.
Not out of the woods yet
Saturday October 1, 2022
The impact of inflation on the cost of living continues to be felt across the country. To get inflation down, a casualty will be unemployment, the rate will go up. Treasury has forecast our “Maximum Sustainable Employment” at around 4%. Nothing is quite as simple as we’d like.