Last year we discussed the Living Wage, what is was, and why we at PN Personnel feel it is important. We shared our goal to employ 100% of our temporary staff at or above the Living Wage rate of $20.55 by the end of 2019, and we are extremely close to achieving this!
In the wake of a tragedy, the power of positivity, of togetherness and of love has shone through. Powered by the Prime Minister of one small country, positive leadership has not only provided hope to our nation, but gathered momentum, support and respect from the world.
The Horses Helping Humans programme was founded in Australia in 2006. It combines personality profiling, body language analysis and horsemanship into a results driven communication workshop for personal development and corporate team building.
You have sent out 10 applications for jobs, it’s been a week and you’ve heard back from only one. How long should you wait? When should you follow up and what is the best way to do this?
A goal without a plan is just a wish.
If you fail to plan you plan to fail.
Let’s find your goal for 2019 and put a plan in to aspire and work towards achieving this.
April 1st is the key date over the next three years for increases to the minimum wage.
What is the Living Wage rate, what does it mean to employers, employees and PN Personnel?
With only weeks away until Christmas and the end of the year, our pnpersonnel Client Manager Matt Smout reflects on 2018. He shares his feedback from our local businesses and provides insights on employment opportunities and challenges heading into 2019.
A couple of changes to KiwiSaver came into effect last week, with a couple more changes planned for the future. If you are an employer or an employee who is a KiwiSaver member learn more about these changes below:
A number of changes will come into effect from the 1st April next week. Find out what these are and how they may impact your business.
Your job title sums up your role and can also indicate your level of responsibility within a business. Encapsulating a role in a couple of words can be easy for some professions, and harder for others. Let’s look at the importance of your title and what it can mean for you and your career.
Whilst technology and changing work habits have made the workplace more diverse, as this article from the Entrepreneur explains, it is the old-fashioned approaches to work which are proving to be relevant and imperative in engaging employees and for business success.
This latest article from the NZ Herald compares average salaries throughout NZ (taken from income statistics from Stats NZ) and compares the averages to Australia.
For some of us, business will close over the Christmas break, allowing time to spend with family and friends. But do you really take the time to switch off? We share our top tips to enjoy the festive season.
The Manawatu Gorge replacement route, the Regional Freight Ring Road, KiwiRail relocation and development at Ohakea and MidCentral are just a couple of the substantial projects planned for the region until 2030. There has never been a better time to consider a move to the Manawatu, or even consider a career change to take advantage of these opportunities.