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This recently released 2015 Deloitte Millennial Survey highlights the importance of businesses focussing on people and purpose as much as product and profit.
Organisations have never been better placed to leverage the diversity of thought and innovation of their workers to create sustainable business solutions. But are they making the most of this diversity to encourage new thinking, asks Carol Brown.
"Evidence shows that diversity, especially gender balance, at all levels of an organisation, means better decision making and organisational performance. Whether you’re a small to medium enterprise or a larger employer, having a diverse workforce will create diversity of thought which, in...
New Zealand’s population is changing faster than the ability of our businesses to seize the opportunity that this change brings.Read more
In the 1980’s contractors were all but unheard of in the New Zealand workforce. The vast majority of workers were employed in full time, permanent positions. Contingent workers or contractors as they are commonly known were generally brought in to organisations only on an ad hoc basis to...Read more
Researchers examined around 500 mergers and acquisitions and found that, when faced with a takeover bid, companies with corporate boards comprised of a higher proportion of women were more likely to seek outside advice from top-ranked financial advisors.Read more
Equal pay for equal work isn’t typically a mantra you hear from the chief executive of a multibillion-dollar company. Yet Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff is taking the radical step of reviewing employee salaries to ensure men and women are paid fairly.Read more
According to the 2014 New Zealand Staff Turnover Survey, conducted by Lawson Williams Consulting Group and the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand, staff turnover has remained relatively stable throughout the year.Read more
High street fashion chain Cotton On has become the first company to attempt to invoke the Government's 'tea break' law, First Union claims.Read more
"Germany on Friday became the latest and most significant country so far to commit to improving the representation of women on corporate boards, passing a law that requires some of Europe’s biggest companies to give 30 percent of supervisory seats to women beginning next year."Read more
PowerToFly President Katharine Zaleski admits: “I didn’t realize how horrible I’d been – until I had a child of my own.”Read more