Large corporates are not on board with paying staff the living wage and only one public company listed on the NZX currently is.
Now following in the footsteps of other Kiwi tech-stars like Xero and Vend, Weirdly is looking across the Tasman for their next phase of growth.
The Auckland Chamber of Commerce says that business confidence is plummeting. Forty-four per cent of business surveyed by the chamber say they expect the economy to worsen over the rest [ … ]
Businesses change from decade to decade. Go back to the 1980’s, the digital industry was in its infancy. Throughout the 1990’s and early 2000, many companies started to increase their [ … ]
The Government’s recent announcement on additional fuel taxes has been met with dismay by many in the small business sector. However, one chartered accounting and business advisory firm believes that [ … ]
Retailer Smiths City has been ordered to pay back employees who attended unpaid daily meetings. The business did not regard these as work.
Setting up a small business can be risky as there is no guarantee of success. New businesses usually make a loss in their first year, after which they usually see [ … ]
Businesses face another tax crackdown with Government announcing it will allocate $31.3 million of Budget funding to Inland Revenue in the next four years.
With New Zealand’s largest tourism industry conference TRENZ having just closed, new analysis by MYOB points to the increasing importance of technology for the country’s largest foreign exchange earner.
A home-grown Horowhenua building firm is looking to significantly ramp up production on its relocatable eco-homes, with a new factory.