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Aparajitha set to acquire Allsec Technologies' labour law business
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Aparajitha Corporate Services is set to bolster its market leadership in compliance solutions with the acquisition of Allsec Technologies' 'labour law' compliance arm, valued at Rs 27 crore.
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Australian businesses record 20% drop in shifts per year, study reveals
Mon, 20th Nov 2023
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Australian businesses saw a 20% YoY dip in shifts, with Victoria most affected at 31%, finds Sidekicker Jobs Index.
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Gen-AI could save office workers a day's labour per week, study finds
Mon, 6th Nov 2023
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Generative AI could save office workers a day's work per week, according to a survey by SnapLogic. 47% are confident in its potential.
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Aussie businesses resilient but risk labour shortages: SAP
Wed, 9th Aug 2023
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Australian businesses are more resilient to major disruptions than the rest of the world, but are at risk of labour and skill shortages.
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UKG launches strategic workforce planning solution in ANZ
Thu, 1st Jun 2023
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payroll systems
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it in healthcare
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workforce management
The new product is a result of the recent acquisition of Quorbit, a United Kingdom-based start-up specialising in long-term workforce planning solutions.
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Why investing in technology is the best strategy for retaining services talent
Tue, 6th Sep 2022
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management
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labour
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infor
Restaurant workers face growing job vacancies in the hospitality sector, but advanced technology can help ease the burden and retain talent.
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Three years to afford an iPhone? New global data reveals how long it could take you
Fri, 4th Feb 2022
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smartphones
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bi
The affordability of the latest iPhone model has been put to the test in a new global study, and New Zealanders may have to start saving their pennies.
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Cheese rolls & eye-rolls: Twitter reacts to #NZBudget2018
Fri, 18th May 2018
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Yesterday was Budget Day, and since our Labour-led government released its first budget, Twitter has been afire with responses.
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Rise of smart machines means vendors need a new competitive approach
Fri, 12th Feb 2016
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smart machines
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it industry
Smart machines will make offshore model obsolete for competitive advantage, says Gartner. 40% of outsourced services will leverage smart machine tech by 2018.
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Consumers much happier with petrol station competition as prices fall
Tue, 14th Apr 2015
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leadership
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petrol stations
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Petrol stations have taken a big jump up in consumers' esteem in the past year, with 68 percent of those polled in a survey undertaken in January sayi.
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Labour vows return to tax credits as R&D spending slips
Wed, 8th Apr 2015
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Labour's finance spokesman Grant Robertson said Labour would look to boost its policy on research and development tax credits because the current gove.
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Kiwi SMEs... Which political party do you trust with NZ's future?
Mon, 8th Sep 2014
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New Zealand SMEs still want policies to reduce their compliance burden, according to the latest MYOB Business Monitor survey.
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Labour slams broadband plans... 'misses the mark by a country mile'
Fri, 5th Sep 2014
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Labour's ICT spokesperson criticizes National's broadband announcement, saying it is a cynical attempt to win votes.
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National 'finally wakes up' to rural broadband issues
Wed, 27th Aug 2014
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internet
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New Zealand's new $150m rural broadband fund must be truly contestable and not a slush fund for large telcos, warns Labour ICT spokesperson Clare Curran.
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Labour unveils SMB policy… National rejects it
Wed, 6th Aug 2014
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Labour pledges to boost small business in government procurement, sparking criticism from National, who call the policy half-baked.
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'Slow, sluggish, not sweet at all'... Labour slams broadband
Tue, 5th Aug 2014
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broadband
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Rural communities, frustrated by slow and unstable broadband, have been delivered a two fingered salute by Steven ‘Everything’s Sweet' Joyce.
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Adams slams 'underwhelming' Labour UFB plans
Mon, 28th Jul 2014
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broadband
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government
Labour's ICT policy of endless reviews would increase the digital divide, claims New Zealand's Minister for Communications and Information Technology.
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“Go home Dotcom”… Drury slams “depressing” political ICT plans
Sat, 26th Jul 2014
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accounting systems
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As the political heavyweights debated the future ICT roadmap for New Zealand last night, Rod Drury sat shaking his head in the crowd.
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Labour ups ICT ante with new digital proposals...
Fri, 25th Jul 2014
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Labour to close digital divide with Connectivity Upgrade, ensuring all Kiwis have right to access quality broadband.
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Is taxpayer cash being used to plug Chorus' copper hole?
Mon, 21st Jul 2014
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broadband
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labour
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chorus
Chorus accused of using taxpayer money intended for fibre network to plug revenue gaps, says Labour’s ICT spokesperson.
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Is Key's credibility on the line over Dotcom case?
Thu, 17th Jul 2014
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government
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labour
Does Prime Minister John Key need to front up to New Zealanders about the increasingly murky process surrounding Kim Dotcom's residency?.
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Labour slams Govt's millon-dollar tech start-up u-turn...
Wed, 16th Jul 2014
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government
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Govt's U-turn on tech start-up funding, days after criticising Labour's similar plan, sparks calls of 'shamelessness' from critics.
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“Global thinking” needed to spark NZ’s digital future
Mon, 14th Jul 2014
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government
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internet party
NZ's digital innovation future hinges on global thinking and comprehensive support for start-ups, says Internet Party leader Laila Harré.
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Govt mocks Labour's 'out of date' ICT NZ plans...
Fri, 11th Jul 2014
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Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce says the big news for Labour today is that they have discovered the ICT industry.