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Workers rights advocates in Fiji have labelled the government's Covid-19 response as being "more of a fire brigade approach". Audio
About 30 jobs at Fonterra's Canpac plant are being axed as low milk prices push the dairy giant to cut costs.
St John Ambulance is looking into cutting more than 30 management and support jobs.
A woman who was sacked after falling asleep while working a night shift at a hotel has won her case for unfair dismissal.
The first ever arrest over student loan repayments last month has spurred on overseas debtors to start paying back their loans, Inland Revenue says.
The Holidays Act is clear and businesses are deliberately failing to pay employees, the head of Unite Union says.
The government should give Holidays Act guidelines to companies and payroll providers, says the business which first alerted it to mass underpaying.
About 150,000 workers will get a 50 cent-an-hour pay increase from today with the minimum wage rising to $15.25. But is it enough? Audio
Bunnings is set to put defibrillators in five stores after a union said the company removed three of the devices, including some bought through staff fundraising.
Helen Kelly has been at the helm of the CTU for eight years and is the Union's chief spokesperson on many issues facing workers, including advocating for safe and health workplaces. Helen's been a… Audio