Our Newest Resources

A help-sheet from the Australian Institute of Community Practice and Governance about planning, recruiting, ranaging and retaining volunteers. read more »

The Human Resources Institute of New Zealand (HRINZ) is the professional organisation for people who are interested or involved in the management and development of human resources. read more »

These resources are designed by Diversity Works to help employers explore and implement a range of equal employment opportunities and diversity management strategies. read more »

The go-to site for general employment relations matters in New Zealand, Employment New Zealand is part of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. read more »

This is a list of more places to go for employment-related information read more »

Volunteers are the backbone of New Zealand sport and recreation. Sport NZ has guides and information on how to find and keep volunteers, and the experiences of volunteers. read more »

Mana Mahi 2 is an employment resource update for sector organisations In 2008 Mana Mahi came out, the one-stop employment relations resource designed specifically for our sector. This is the 2011 update with new sector information. read more »

Mana Mahi Resource: A Guide to the Employment of People in the Tangata Whenua, Community and Voluntary Sector Organisations. read more »

The Workplace Wellbeing project between the NZ Council of Social Services, the NZ Federation of Voluntary Welfare Organisations, Community Waikato and the Service and Food Workers Union Nga Ringa Tota created a collaborative employment resource. read more »

These online tools will help employees, employers and potential migrants understand some common issues about working and living in New Zealand. read more »

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment's series of guides cover areas employers have requested further assistance with: health and safety, hiring new employees, pay, holidays and leave, performance management and ending employment relationships. read more »