Host responsibly this festive season (HPA)

Workplace events are a great way to build team spirit and round off a busy year. If you’re treating your staff this festive season — especially if you’re serving alcohol — here are some tips to help you be a responsible host while ensuring everyone has a great time. Click here

 

Jobs online quarterly report September 2019 (MBIE)

Overview of key trends for September 2019
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Whangarei Immigration policy update for employers (Immigration NZ)

In September, the Minister of Immigration announced changes to the way employers support migrant workers for temporary work visas. To update employers Immigration New Zealand is holding a 90-minute seminar will cover what the changes are, which will be introduced in stages and rolled out over the next 18 months.

When: Friday 15 November 2019, 10:00 am until 11:30 am
Where: ASB Lounge No 2, Kensington Stadium, ASB Northland Sports House, Kensington Park, 97 Western Hills Drive, Whangarei

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High-level overview from Inland Revenue (IR)

In April 2020, Inland Revenue will implement the next phase of changes designed to make tax easier and more certain. We’ve kicked off a new series of webinars and would like to invite employers and not-for-profit organisations of all sizes to attend our session on 6th November 2019 from 2:30pm – 3:30pm. This session will provide a high-level overview of what’s changing and how it may affect you.

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We’re also running a session on 27th November from 2:30pm – 3:30pm, in which we’ll provide more information on PAYE and investment income changes. We encourage employers, not-for-profit organisations, tax agents and bookkeepers to attend this session. Click here to register.

 

Give back as a business mentor (Business Mentor New Zealand)

There are businesses that want to learn from your experience. Find out more

 

Tariff-finder tool for importers and exporters (MFAT)

Compare and assess opportunities in 150+ markets. Plus support and help from Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) to help you do business with other countries.

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