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Essential workers will now be entitled to leave if considered vulnerable to Covid-19, have compromised immunity, or have susceptible people at home.
Emergency help is one the way for foreign workers made redundant by the collapse in tourism, says Immigration New Zealand.
Air New Zealand is moving faster than it needed to with plans to make up to 3500 employees redundant, says E tū assistant national secretary Rachel Mackintosh.
The Govt has outlined the measures taken following the collapse of tourism and mayor Jim Boult’s call for more help.
Go with Tourism has pivoted from building New Zealand’s tourism workforce to supporting the industry’s employees in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic.
BusinessNZ and the Council of Trade Unions have jointly urged all New Zealand businesses to combat the spread of Covid-19 and also maintain as many jobs as possible.
The Employers and Manufacturers Association has rallied members on the first day of New Zealand’s four-week lockdown.
The Government is working to help foreign nationals in Queenstown laid off because of the Covid-19 pandemic, says the resort’s mayor, Jim Boult.
Sealord is offering seasonal work to people whose jobs have been impacted by the Covid-19 outbreak.
GO Rentals has made more than half of its workers redundant as the downturn and impending lockdown brings tourism to a standstill.
Large operators say they are trying desperately to keep staff on but without support, thousands of workers will lose their jobs.
The bank predicts the Govt will create a loan guarantee scheme to help struggling businesses.
Large tourism operators are preparing to shed almost 5000 jobs in the sector, says Tourism Industry Aotearoa.
The E tu union is preparing for a scale of disruption to the aviation industry unlike anything witnessed before.
The Go with Tourism job platform has launched in Canterbury.
Road damage affecting access and the coronavirus outbreak have taken a toll.
Job connector platform Go with Tourism will launch in a new region every month until March 2021, when it will present in all 16 regions of New Zealand.
Air New Zealand has hired 120 new staff as temporary cabin crew over the peak summer period.
The Go with Tourism recruitment platform will launch in Northland this December.
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SkyCity Casino workers will picket today’s SkyCity AGM as they fight to ‘bring back the weekend’.
New Zealand Mountain Hunting has been ordered to pay $82,500 following an investigation into employment breaches by the Employment Relations Authority.
Tourism Talent has launched in Australia adding two new directors to its team.
TIA said the new streamlined system should support New Zealand’s tourism industry to find the workers it needs, particularly in regions like Queenstown.
Around 900 workers are planning to strike this weekend over a penal rates dispute.
The Go with Tourism jobs initiative is one of the first projects to get funding from the International Visitor Conservation and Tourism Levy.
VisitorPoint says it is now paying the Living Wage to its staff.
Auckland Tourism, Events & Economic Development’s Go with Tourism is partnering with the NZ Careers Expo to deliver its very own tourism careers expo.
ATEED wants to show that the sector offers clear career pathways, great jobs and the potential to earn good money.
One staff member was paid out close to $100,000 following a restructuring at the agency.
A new regional skills shortage list to help employers fill vacancies with overseas staff is among a number of changes proposed for the temporary work visa regime.