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Christopher Niesche: Buy now pay later pain, CEO bonuses soaring
End of a boom in one sector but no end to huge bonuses for CEOs
What a business coach would do with the All Blacks
OPINION: Leaders need to take almost full responsibility for their team's performance.
Power outages, thefts, break-ins: 'No days off' for 70yo supermarket owner
Shop owner's plea for support after a tough start with shoplifters and power outages.
Dave 'Buttabean' Letele joins growing food bag market
Fresh First promises to give a box to a family in need with every box sold.
More companies sign up to 4-Day-Week: 'It was like groundhog day and we needed a reset'
The costly commute and congestion charge has increased the popularity of the 4-Day-Week.
Silent treatment: The new no chit-chat salon experience for those anxious or exhausted
Hair salons with no small talk are a growing trend as people struggle with mental health.
'It humbled me': Apprentice star adds cleaning loos to CV after Covid woes
Vanessa Goodson feels nothing but pride in her work.
Good coffee and soundproof pods the hook to lure workers back to the office
New study reveals workers rank company values and good coffee as work-life essentials.
Q&A: How is unemployment measured? How accurate is it?
Stats NZ's unemployment figure sometimes differs from benefit figures.
The rise of the suburbs - and the death of the CBD
Local shops and cafes have the support of those escaping their WFH office.
'Find me a mechanic': Auto industry warns of price rises and safety issues
Worker shortages in the auto industry will lead to price increases and safety issues.
'I've felt like I'm the virus': Barber refuses to pay $48k in mandate fines
His defiant stand comes as major Covid mandate changes are announced.
'We've run out of staff': Restaurants shut up shop, say Omicron catastrophic
Some eateries have staff but no customers; some have customers, no staff. Some face both.
New paid MYOB programme will pave way for women into tech roles
New MYOB programme will pay women to train in sought-after technology roles.
Theresa Gattung: Time for radical investment in women-led ventures
Women founders are not always exposed to the growing NZ investment ecosystem.
Lozenges and loo paper for those isolating - and a free lunch for a child in need
Are isolation gift boxes with lozenges and loo paper the new version of sending flowers?
Employers brace for Kiwi worker exodus as borders reopen
Employers are expecting an exodus of Kiwi workers now that the borders are reopening.
'Let me come back': Man no longer allowed to work at hospital
He sold coffee beans at Tauranga Hospital for two years, one day they asked him to leave.
'Struggling to tread water': GPs battle burnout and doctor shortage
Bay of Plenty general practices face doctor burnout and vacancy-filling issues.
Small Business: Meal kit firm's vision to serve up digital business for restaurants
Arthur Crawford discusses servicing New Zealand's struggling hospitality sector.
How much of our 'true' selves should we reveal at work?
Being more open about our personal lives with colleagues can improve team dynamics.
Reduced hours and RATs: How supermarkets plan to keep food flowing
Stores to increase capacity for online shopping to deal with demand during Omicron surge.
A test for the boss: Will they allow WFH after your overseas trip?
Employment expert says bosses couldn't reasonably deny staff who can do job from home.
Five challenges of hybrid work - and how to overcome them
HBR: At least in the near term hybrid work arrangements will be the norm for many.
Hospitals consistently understaffed, nurses overworked, report finds
A major independent report has found nurses are exhausted from consistent understaffing.
Roses are red, traffic lights are too: Restaurants lure diners with heart-shaped pizza and Omicron tents
Kiwis will spend $180m on dining out tomorrow but hospo workers advise spreading the love.