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πŸ”΄  Webinar 27 - Health & Safety
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πŸ”΄ Webinar 27 - Health & Safety
By Jason Ennor - 01 Dec 2020

MyHR CEO, Jason Ennor, and HASANZ certified, inhouse H&S expert Tammy White, discuss the best ways you and your team can stay safe at work.

MARKET REPORT: The Rise of the Casual Worker in the Wake of COVID-19
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MARKET REPORT: The Rise of the Casual Worker in the Wake of COVID-19
By Sylvie Thrush-Marsh - 20 Nov 2020

This report provides a snapshot of the employment landscape and the trends and changes we have seen this year when we compare it to 2019.

Is in-house HR the best way for your business?
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Is in-house HR the best way for your business?
By Nick Stanley - 13 Nov 2020

Entrusting your company's HR functions to a dedicated outside partner has a lot of advantages over employing your own HR staff. Find out more.

Proposed employment law changes: the good, the not-so, and the ugly
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Proposed employment law changes: the good, the not-so, and the ugly
By Jason Ennor - 29 Oct 2020

Jason Ennor, MyHR's CEO, shares his views on the changes to employment law proposed by the Labour government.

πŸ”΄  Live 26 - Terminating Employment
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πŸ”΄ Live 26 - Terminating Employment
By Jason Ennor - 28 Oct 2020

Whether it's dealing with a team member's sudden resignation or dismissing an employee due to misconduct, following proper procedure and acting in good faith will help keep you on solid legal ground.

Restructure Checklist
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Restructure Checklist
By Nick Stanley

Planning on restructuring your business? This free checklist will help you ensure you're following fair, robust process.

How to Manage an Employee Complaint About Another Employee
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How to Manage an Employee Complaint About Another Employee
By Nick Stanley

A step-by-step guide to handling and resolving employee complaints before the problem escalates.

Using Social Media for Effective Recruitment
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Using Social Media for Effective Recruitment
By Sylvie Thrush-Marsh

A useful guide step-by-step guide for all employers on using this effective recruitment tool

How to keep remote workers healthy and happy
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How to keep remote workers healthy and happy
By Dean Matthews - 22 Oct 2020

Looking after your remote workers' wellbeing is key to ensuring they are motivated, connected, and productive. Find out the best ways to keep them healthy and happy.

Proposed employment law changes a potential minefield for SME business
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Proposed employment law changes a potential minefield for SME business
By Jason Ennor - 17 Oct 2020

The Labour-led government has promised significant changes to employment law. The changes will mean increased compliance obligations and cost for NZ businesses. Find out more.

Restructuring to get rid of an employee
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Restructuring to get rid of an employee
By Nick Stanley - 15 Oct 2020

A restructure to get rid of an employee might seem like a good idea, but a recent ruling by the ERA proves it could cost your business dearly. Find out more.

How bad management and poor culture can ruin your business's reputation
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How bad management and poor culture can ruin your business's reputation
By Jason Ennor - 11 Sep 2020

Major employment issues that go public can cause reputation damage and significant, unnecessary cost to your business.

Popularity and leadership
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Popularity and leadership
By Jason Ennor - 10 Sep 2020

Can business leaders learn anything from leadership churn within political parties? There are some lessons and some noteable differences.

10 ways to develop and maintain a strong company culture
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10 ways to develop and maintain a strong company culture
By Jason Ennor - 10 Sep 2020

Our list of top tips on developing and managing a good company culture. Find out more.

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Can you talk about politics at work?
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Can you talk about politics at work?
By Jason Ennor - 10 Sep 2020

There's no reason you can't have political discussions in the workplace, so long as you set some clear boundaries.

E-sign technology in NZ employment law
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E-sign technology in NZ employment law
By Jason Ennor - 31 Aug 2020

NZ employers are required to have signed employment agreements for all their employees. E-signature technology makes it easy.

Responding to the latest NZ COVID-19 Alert Levels
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Responding to the latest NZ COVID-19 Alert Levels
17 Aug 2020

Changes to NZ's COVID-19 Alert Levels mean businesses must again comply with the restrictions. Find out about how to respond and adapt your operations.

MARKET REPORT: The Rise of the Casual Worker in the Wake of COVID-19
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MARKET REPORT: The Rise of the Casual Worker in the Wake of COVID-19
By Sylvie Thrush-Marsh - 20 Nov 2020

This report provides a snapshot of the employment landscape and the trends and changes we have seen this year when we compare it to 2019.

Is in-house HR the best way for your business?
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#blog
Is in-house HR the best way for your business?
By Nick Stanley - 13 Nov 2020

Entrusting your company's HR functions to a dedicated outside partner has a lot of advantages over employing your own HR staff. Find out more.

Proposed employment law changes: the good, the not-so, and the ugly
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Proposed employment law changes: the good, the not-so, and the ugly
By Jason Ennor - 29 Oct 2020

Jason Ennor, MyHR's CEO, shares his views on the changes to employment law proposed by the Labour government.

How to keep remote workers healthy and happy
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How to keep remote workers healthy and happy
By Dean Matthews - 22 Oct 2020

Looking after your remote workers' wellbeing is key to ensuring they are motivated, connected, and productive. Find out the best ways to keep them healthy and happy.

Proposed employment law changes a potential minefield for SME business
#blog
Proposed employment law changes a potential minefield for SME business
By Jason Ennor - 17 Oct 2020

The Labour-led government has promised significant changes to employment law. The changes will mean increased compliance obligations and cost for NZ businesses. Find out more.

Restructuring to get rid of an employee
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Restructuring to get rid of an employee
By Nick Stanley - 15 Oct 2020

A restructure to get rid of an employee might seem like a good idea, but a recent ruling by the ERA proves it could cost your business dearly. Find out more.

How bad management and poor culture can ruin your business's reputation
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How bad management and poor culture can ruin your business's reputation
By Jason Ennor - 11 Sep 2020

Major employment issues that go public can cause reputation damage and significant, unnecessary cost to your business.

Can you talk about politics at work?
#blog
Can you talk about politics at work?
By Jason Ennor - 10 Sep 2020

There's no reason you can't have political discussions in the workplace, so long as you set some clear boundaries.

10 ways to develop and maintain a strong company culture
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10 ways to develop and maintain a strong company culture
By Jason Ennor - 10 Sep 2020

Our list of top tips on developing and managing a good company culture. Find out more.

Popularity and leadership
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Popularity and leadership
By Jason Ennor - 10 Sep 2020

Can business leaders learn anything from leadership churn within political parties? There are some lessons and some noteable differences.

E-sign technology in NZ employment law
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E-sign technology in NZ employment law
By Jason Ennor - 31 Aug 2020

NZ employers are required to have signed employment agreements for all their employees. E-signature technology makes it easy.

Responding to the latest NZ COVID-19 Alert Levels
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Responding to the latest NZ COVID-19 Alert Levels
17 Aug 2020

Changes to NZ's COVID-19 Alert Levels mean businesses must again comply with the restrictions. Find out about how to respond and adapt your operations.

Why effective recruitment is so important
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Why effective recruitment is so important
By Nick Stanley - 05 Aug 2020

If your business is going to really flourish, you need to take recruitment seriously. Find out more.

Using social media for effective recruitment
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Using social media for effective recruitment
By Nick Stanley - 15 Jul 2020

Social media can really help amplify and hone recruitment. Find out how your company can use social networks to attract talent.

Top recruitment tips
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Top recruitment tips
By Nick Stanley - 08 Jul 2020

For a competitive edge, businesses need to attract and retain the best talent. We sat down for a chat about recruitment strategies with specialist, Emma Rowley.

Common recruitment mistakes
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Common recruitment mistakes
By Nick Stanley - 01 Jul 2020

The recruitment process can be flawed by many errors. We examine the most common mistakes and suggest ways to avoid them.

Legal update: Triangular Employment Amendment Act
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Legal update: Triangular Employment Amendment Act
By Nick Stanley - 23 Jun 2020

The Triangular Employment Amendment Act means third parties can be included in a personal grievance claim. Find out more.

Recruitment opportunities in our post-COVID economy
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Recruitment opportunities in our post-COVID economy
By Nick Stanley - 18 Jun 2020

Despite the impact of COVID-19, there are plenty of opportunities for businesses and job-hunters who are willing to be flexible. It's all about getting great talent on terms that suit both parties.

Restructure Checklist
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Restructure Checklist
By Nick Stanley

Planning on restructuring your business? This free checklist will help you ensure you're following fair, robust process.

How to Manage an Employee Complaint About Another Employee
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#guide
How to Manage an Employee Complaint About Another Employee
By Nick Stanley

A step-by-step guide to handling and resolving employee complaints before the problem escalates.

Using Social Media for Effective Recruitment
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Using Social Media for Effective Recruitment
By Sylvie Thrush-Marsh

A useful guide step-by-step guide for all employers on using this effective recruitment tool

Performance Reviews
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Performance Reviews
By Jason Ennor

Good performance reviews work. These five key steps will ensure you get the most from your performance reviews and avoid common mistakes.

How to Manage a Probationary Period Exit
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How to Manage a Probationary Period Exit
By Jason Ennor

Businesses with 20 or more employees must use probationary periods instead of 90-day trial periods. This step-by-step guide will help you manage the exit without getting into hot water.

How to Manage a Trial Period Exit
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How to Manage a Trial Period Exit
By Jason Ennor

A useful guide step-by-step guide for all employers on navigating the pitfalls of 90 day exits.

Performance Improvement Plan
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Performance Improvement Plan
By Nick Stanley

When an employee isn't on the same track as your business, you need to take a proactive, structured approach to improving performance.

How to Run a Disciplinary Process
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How to Run a Disciplinary Process
By Sylvie Thrush-Marsh

So, you've decided one of your employee's behavior is unacceptable and you want to enter into a disciplinary process. This FREE IMPACT GUIDE covers every step you need to take and gives you a robust process map to follow.

IEA Checklist
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IEA Checklist
By Sylvie Thrush-Marsh

A signed, written employment agreement for each employee is a must for every business in New Zealand. This impact guide features a handy check list to make sure you don't miss something you might regret.

Cashing out Annual Leave
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Cashing out Annual Leave
By Sylvie Thrush-Marsh

Cashing out annual leave is only allowed in some very specific situations. This FREE IMPACT GUIDE covers everything you need to know.

Remuneration Reviews
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Remuneration Reviews
By Nick Stanley

Guidance and advice to help make pay increase decisions.

Writing a Job Description
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Writing a Job Description
By Jason Ennor

Trusty tips to get these right the first time.

CV Screening Guide
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CV Screening Guide
By Sylvie Thrush-Marsh

Check out this free guide packed with tips to help you look out for lemons.

Responding to a Personal Grievance
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Responding to a Personal Grievance
By Jason Ennor

A step-by-step guide on how to respond to a personal grievance.

How to Restructure Your Business
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How to Restructure Your Business
By Jason Ennor

A step-by-step guide to help you make effective changes to your organisation.

Recruitment for Non-Experts
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Recruitment for Non-Experts
By Jason Ennor

Recruitment is one of the biggest challenges business owners and managers face.

Interview Questions
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Interview Questions
By Jason Ennor

While interviews are the most common way to find and recruit good people, they can also be very unreliable. To give youself a better chance of asking the questions worth asking, download this free guide.

πŸ”΄  Webinar 27 - Health & Safety
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πŸ”΄ Webinar 27 - Health & Safety
By Jason Ennor - 01 Dec 2020

MyHR CEO, Jason Ennor, and HASANZ certified, inhouse H&S expert Tammy White, discuss the best ways you and your team can stay safe at work.

πŸ”΄  Live 26 - Terminating Employment
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πŸ”΄ Live 26 - Terminating Employment
By Jason Ennor - 28 Oct 2020

Whether it's dealing with a team member's sudden resignation or dismissing an employee due to misconduct, following proper procedure and acting in good faith will help keep you on solid legal ground.

πŸ”΄ Live 25 - Recruitment opportunities in a post-COVID landscape
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πŸ”΄ Live 25 - Recruitment opportunities in a post-COVID landscape
By Jason Ennor - 23 Jun 2020

COVID-19 has changed the economic landscape, but not all businesses have been equally impacted. Some have emerged from lockdown to a rush of activity and find they need more hands on deck.

πŸ”΄ Live 24 - Your Business under Covid-19 Alert Level 3
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πŸ”΄ Live 24 - Your Business under Covid-19 Alert Level 3
By Jason Ennor - 21 Apr 2020

Jason, our CEO, looks at what Alert Level 3 could mean for your business. He covers the government requirements, who can open, how to ensure you operate safely, and wider considerations for getting your business back up and running in these difficult times.

πŸ”΄ Live 23 - COVID-19
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πŸ”΄ Live 23 - COVID-19
By Sylvie Thrush-Marsh - 19 Mar 2020

Sylvie, our CHRO, hosts a special LIVE session on planning for and reacting to COVID-19. Sylvie covers the best ways to keep your people safe, how to respond if your business and employees are affected, and potential leave or restructuring scenarios if work dries up.

πŸ”΄ Live 22 - Recruitment
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πŸ”΄ Live 22 - Recruitment
By Jason Ennor - 03 Mar 2020

Finding good people in a tight labour market can be tough, but if you take a structured approach to recruitment, you'll increase your chances of attracting top talent.

πŸ”΄ Live 21 - 2019 Wrap & 2020 Predictions
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πŸ”΄ Live 21 - 2019 Wrap & 2020 Predictions
By Sylvie Thrush-Marsh - 03 Dec 2019

Sylvie, MyHR’S CHRO reviews of the highlights of 2019, including the Employment Relations Amendment Bill, Domestic Violence Victims’ Protection Act, increase in the minimum wage and payday filing. Sylvie also looks at new legislations on the table for next year.

πŸ”΄ Live 20 - Immigration law changes
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πŸ”΄ Live 20 - Immigration law changes
By Sylvie Thrush-Marsh - 30 Oct 2019

Immigration law is changing (again), and SMEs will need to rethink their hiring practices in order to comply.

πŸ”΄ Live 19 - Restructure and Redundancies
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πŸ”΄ Live 19 - Restructure and Redundancies
By Sylvie Thrush-Marsh - 24 Sep 2019

Restructuring your business and considering redundancies are challenging for both you and your team, but you're the one carrying all the legal risk.

Sylvie, our CHRO, discusses the ins and outs of making changes to your business.

πŸ”΄ Live 18 - Termination for Medical Incapacity
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πŸ”΄ Live 18 - Termination for Medical Incapacity
By Sylvie Thrush-Marsh - 29 Aug 2019

Sylvie - our Chief HR Officer - discusses covering the options for ending employment for medical incapacity, how to have courageous conversations, and staying within the bounds of the law.

πŸ”΄ Live 17 - Workplace Bullying
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πŸ”΄ Live 17 - Workplace Bullying
By Jason Ennor - 30 Jul 2019

New Zealand has the second-highest rate of workplace bullying in the developed world. Jason, our CEO, shares helpful advice on what to do when it happens and steps to prevent it before it harms your employees and business.

πŸ”΄ Live 16 - Disciplinary Process
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πŸ”΄ Live 16 - Disciplinary Process
By Sylvie Thrush-Marsh - 25 Jun 2019

Sylvie, our CHRO, shares helpful advice on how to manage your way out of an employment relationship gone sour, how to ensure you follow correct process and arrive at a fair and lawful decision, and what to do if the whole process goes sideways.

πŸ”΄ Live 15 - Alcohol & Drug Testing
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πŸ”΄ Live 15 - Alcohol & Drug Testing
By Sylvie Thrush-Marsh - 28 May 2019

Employees who are impaired at work present a serious risk to themselves and others. Sylvie, our CHRO, to discuss effective drug and alcohol policies, managing your workforce appropriately, and what to do when an employee shows up to work intoxicated.

πŸ”΄ Live 14 - Effective Probationary Periods
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πŸ”΄ Live 14 - Effective Probationary Periods
By Jason Ennor - 30 Apr 2019

From 6 May any business with 20 or more employees will not be able to use the 90-day trial period.

Join CEO Jason Ennor for some helpful guidance on how to set up and use quality probationary periods as an alternative.

πŸ”΄ Live 13 - Domestic Violence Leave
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πŸ”΄ Live 13 - Domestic Violence Leave
By Sylvie Thrush-Marsh - 26 Mar 2019

From 1 April, employees will be entitled to 10 days of paid leave per year if they’ve been affected by domestic violence. Sylvie, MyHR’s Head of HR, discusses what you need to know about the new law and what it means for your business.

πŸ”΄ Live 12 - Wage Deductions
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πŸ”΄ Live 12 - Wage Deductions
By Sylvie Thrush-Marsh - 27 Feb 2019

Our Head of HR Sylvie discusses the contentious topic of wage deductions and what you can and can't do under the law. What happens when your employee owes you money...and leaves? Can you deduct monies owed from their final pay?

πŸ”΄ Live 11 - Employment Relations Amendment Bill
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πŸ”΄ Live 11 - Employment Relations Amendment Bill
By Jason Ennor - 15 Feb 2019

Late last year the government confirmed significant changes to NZ’s employment law in the β€œEmployment Relations Amendment Bill” and the minimum wage. Jason will discuss the implications of these new laws and how you can prepare for them.

πŸ”΄ Live 9 - Cashing out annual leave
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πŸ”΄ Live 9 - Cashing out annual leave
By Jason Ennor - 06 Nov 2018

Cashing out annual leave is an area of employment law that is full of misunderstanding among Kiwi employers. The risks are significant – you don’t want to get this wrong.

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