"How's Work?" August 2009 covers Job security, redundancies and assistance; some CV and interview tips; pay rises, cuts and rates; Immigration matters; the latest features for harvest 2010 ads; a major case from the Employment Court on breach of email policy, and some cheery thoughts.
"How's Work?" in April covers updates to recent employment legislation (trial periods, wage rates, tax rates, ACC, Breaks and KiwiSaver) and we remind you about media contacts, magazine listings and media consultants as well as bottle shot photography, website wine sales, Post Codes and updates to the industry's trade diary on winejobsonline.com. Plus, we have a bit of fun with a couple of handy hints and some clever anagrams.
November 2008's edition of How's Work? talks about new and potential employment laws, postcodes, the trade diary, financial assistance, a great glassware offer and email/internet tips.
In the first newsletter for 2008, February's How's Work gives updates to employees on: KiwiSaver, Minimum Pay Rates, Cheap International Calling Rates, Easter Public Holidays Pay, How not to write a Job Application, and the latest Wine News by Email.
December 2007's "How's Work?" talks about minimum pay rates, updates to KiwiSaver, and info about the Flexible Work Hours that take effect from July 08.
We start the 2007 year by giving some handy tips for the office - how to avoid aches and pains at your desk, and some helpful tips for use in Word. We also mention new minimum pay rates and some advice for 2007. Read How's Work, February 2007.
The November 2006 edition of "How's Work??" introduces the new wine industry website resources portal from www.winejobsonline.com, reminds you of your rights and obligations at work, and again mentions the 4 weeks annual leave effective next April.
In August 2006 we give some tips for Performance Reviews as well as outline what to do about that pay increase you're after, and information about the new four weeks holiday to be introduced from 1 April 2007.
"How's Work?" in April 2006 is about payments - for public holidays, holiday pay and minimum wage rates.
December 2005's "How's Work?" outlines changes to the Parental Leave Act and once again tell you about the right kinds of employment agreements.
In the October 2005 issue we suggest you take a look at where you waste your time and what it costs your company when you do.
The July 2005 edition of "How's Work?" helps with some ways you can prepare for an annual Performance Review.
In March 2005 we outline 10 steps you can take to reduce workplace overload.