Getting your business ticked off
Businesses are making big efforts to get a tick of approval, and not just from the rainbow community.
Gaming’s meteoric rise
The Detail today looks at why the government and University of Canterbury have put millions of dollars into a gaming lab - and the incredible figures the industry produces.
Parliament bullying: in their own words
Some of the most damning quotes from the inquiry into bullying and harassment at Parliament.
Unemployment figures drop slightly
The number of people out of work has fallen slightly amid signs a slowing economy is creating fewer jobs, possibly leading to lower interest rates.
Robots won’t replace all that makes us human
As the human touch fast disappears from numerous more employment sectors, we must recognise the changing world of work is already upon us.
Wage rise conundrum hits job confidence
Employment confidence ebbed in March as workers became gloomier about pay rises. But at the same time businesses are worried they might have to pay staff more.
ATEED launches Tinder for tourism
The tourism industry is experiencing a surge in growth, but young people aren’t looking at it as a serious career option. A new campaign in Auckland aims to change that.
Where are all the female engineers?
Engineering has a particularly marked gender imbalance to address, writes the University of Auckland’s Nic Smith.