LONG READ: Kiwi reveals firm’s treatment of migrants
One small broadband company’s treatment of its migrant workers is a case study of problems being investigated by government officials.
No pay in NZ still better than life overseas
Reporter Teuila Fuatai speaks to migrant worker Lino Viloria about allegations of illegal labour practices and exploitation.
Business podcast: Inside open banking
Jenee Tibshraeny looks at how banks are set to face stiff competition from fintechs they’re being forced to share their data with.
Is a new visa category for contractors the answer to NZ’s skills shortage?
An employment lawyer is calling for a new visa category that lets skilled migrants work as contractors rather than being tied to a single employer.
TIL, Z Energy prepare for tanker driver strike
The country’s biggest fuel trucker says it is disappointed by a planned driver striker this month and will work to minimise any impact on supplies and motorists.
Labour concessions secure NZ First support for employment law changes
Labour has made two key concessions to employment law reforms to secure the support of coalition partner New Zealand First.
Massive review into bullying in Parliament
It’s been a long time coming, but Parliament will finally have to clean up its act as an employer.
Green Cross Health in talks with DHBs, ministry over pay equity deal
Green Cross Health is still in talks with district health boards and the Ministry of Health over the pay equity settlement which has left it underfunded and facing a bigger leave liability.