The Essential Skills work visa and Skilled Migrant Category resident visa remuneration thresholds have been updated as part of our annual review.
The electrical industry is no longer just a man’s world. A new generation of female electricians is emerging nationwide – and employers are welcoming them with open arms.
New Zealand construction activity is expected to remain strong in coming years even as population growth slows, as the sector plays catch up after record levels of tourism and migration, according to a property consultancy.
New Zealand continues to offer the world’s highest quality of living and remains an attractive destination for expatriates on assignment, according to Mercer’s 20th annual Quality of Living survey.
In response to the country's housing crisis, residential builds have come to dominate the pool of approved building consents.
Global design firm Stantec is strengthening its New Zealand and Australia-based capabilities with the planned acquisition of consulting transportation engineering firm, Traffic Design Group (TDG)
The 90-day trial period has been embraced by employers across New Zealand since it was first introduced eight years ago but now, organisations are being told to prepare for something new.
A Christchurch project featuring two adjoining houses, each just 74 square metres, has taken out the top prize in the ADNZ Awards.
Employment agreements for salaried staff often state that a reasonable amount of overtime may be required – but just how much is too much?