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Pay Equity: Old Issues and New Views

Written by John McGill on March 6th, 2018.      0 comments


This article was published in the March issue of Employment Today.

Whilst working for a multinational remuneration consultancy in London in the 1980’s, I was introduced to the issues surrounding pay equity. Lets take a look at how the views and approaches to pay equity have evolved over time. 
 

How to get that Pay Rise

Written by John McGill on March 5th, 2018.      4 comments


This article was published in the March Issue of NZ Management Magazine.

When was the last time you got a pay rise? For many Kiwis, the answer to this question will be either 'never' or 'I can't remember' - not the best from a country that claims to be one of the most progressive on the planet.
 

Considering performance management resolutions for 2018?

Written by John McGill on March 1st, 2018.      0 comments


This article was published in the February Issue of Employment Today

New Year's resolutions often include eating better, getting fit or finding a new job. In the same way that we set personal New Year's resolutions, business leaders can use the start of the year to set professional goals and make significant changes to areas such as performance management to engage and improve your staff.

 

Published 2017 Survey Reports Available to Purchase

Written by Santa Harvett on January 8th, 2018.      0 comments


Please see here a list of published 2017 Survey Reports available for purchase.
 

Remuneration Survey Report: ACENZ is now published!

Written by Santa Harvett on October 3rd, 2017.      0 comments


The Market Information team is pleased to announce the publication of the ACENZ 2017 Remuneration Report. This report contains detailed data from 61 organisations and 8,276 incumbents over 52 job categories.

To read more about the ACENZ Remuneration Report 2017, please click HERE.
 

NZ Management Magazine: The Residential Care Workers Settlement

Written by John McGill on September 28th, 2017.      0 comments


The residential care worker settlement has changed pay relativities and represents a shock to the labour market, particularly given the number of employees affected and initial estimates of the cost involved, writes John McGill in the latest issue of the NZ Management Magazine. 
 

Remuneration Survey Report: Financial Services is now published!

Written by Santa Harvett on September 22nd, 2017.      0 comments

Written by Santa Harvett on 22nd September, 2017.

The Market Information team is pleased to announce the publication of the Financial Services 2017 Remuneration Report. This report contains detailed data from 41 organisations and 3,827 incumbents.

To read more about the Financial Services Remuneration Report 2017, please click HERE >
 

Article: Job Descriptions - The Know How

Written by Craig Cameron on September 20th, 2017.      0 comments

Job descriptions are more than just a document, they are an integral element of an effective HR structure. They summarise what a role’s purpose is, what it is accountable for achieving and how those achievements are to be measured. The tasks and duties of the job description are how a role achieves its purpose.

 

Article: Changing Landscape - Technology and the Impact on the Workplace

Written by Simone Boniface on September 5th, 2017.      0 comments


It is hard to understate the role that technology plays in our lives today, and in the workplace, this is no different.

Topics: Articles, Reward
 

Remuneration Survey Report: NZ Wine Industry is now published!

Written by Santa Harvett on August 31st, 2017.      0 comments

Written by Santa Harvett on 31st August, 2017.

The Market Information team is pleased to announce the publication of the NZ Wine Industry 2017 Remuneration Report. This report contains detailed data from 28 organisations and 2,205 incumbents.

To read more about the NZ Wine Industry Remuneration Report 2017, please click HERE >
 

NZ Management Magazine: What are the New Directions in Performance Management?

Written by John McGill on August 29th, 2017.      0 comments


With new technology and different generational aspirations in New Zealand businesses our performance management processes need to adapt and reflect the changes, writes John McGill in the latest August issue of the NZ Management Magazine.
 

Event: Seminar after Five - Making Sense of Salary Surveys

Written by Nigel Murphy on August 23rd, 2017.      0 comments


This high-level overview of salary surveys and their use will give you an understanding of different types of survey, which type might be best for you, and how you can use them for sound, informed remuneration advice in your business.
Topics: Events
 

RemNet Annual Conference - Registration open!

Written by Nicki Williams on August 22nd, 2017.      0 comments


Registration is now open for the annual conference of the New Zealand Remuneration Network (RemNet).

Being held on the 1st & 2nd of November 2017 at Rydges hotel in Auckland, this year's theme is; Crossing the Chasm: Embracing Tomorrow's Rewards Today. 

It’s about looking ahead that one step further, to prepare for the advances in technology, the next wave of millennials, economic changes, new initiatives and new strategies, all whilst enabling business today.

Guest speakers include: Mark Van Zon (Fonterra), Rebecca Armour (KPMG) and Tony Alexander (Economist).

To find out more about this fantastic networking and learning opportunity, read the programme available from the RemNet website HERE.

 

Event: Strategic Pay and HRINZ August Networking Event

Written by Nigel Murphy on August 18th, 2017.      0 comments


Strategic Pay, in partnership with Drake New Zealand, to discuss pay practice in the Waikato and Bay of Plenty at the HRINZ Waikato August Networking Event.
Topics: Events
 

Article: How can NZ businesses learn from the BBC pay discrimination scandal?

Written by Simone Boniface on August 16th, 2017.      0 comments


Pay is a point of contention for many people. This was especially true when the BBC announced its top earners and the top seven were all men.

Topics: Articles