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Employment in the accommodation and food services sector in the June Quarter rose 2.5% compared to the previous, with 3,758 jobs filled, according to Stats NZ.
Christchurch hospitality and accommodation provider Springs Junction Café and Motor Inn has been fined $36,000 for breaching multiple employment standards during the 2020 Covid pandemic.
Accommodation and food services jobs rose by 12,310 jobs in July 2023, up 8.4% on the same month last year, according to Stats NZ’s latest employment indicators figures.
Auckland Airport is making efforts to attract more women into operations and infrastructure roles.
The median weekly earnings from wages and salaries has jumped 7.1% over the last year, rising to $1,273.
The government is moving ahead with plans to implement a pay gap reporting system for large organisations.
GwT is closing its training and education programmes after failing to secure funding to continue beyond October 2023.
Employment in tourism-related industries tops 275k, comprising nearly 10% of the workforce.
Accommodation and food services led job growth in June 2023, according to Stats NZ.
Working holidaymakers from the UK are now able to stay in New Zealand for up to three years, benefiting employers and around 3,000 visa holders in the country.
Employment in the accommodation and food services industry continues to climb with 15,152 jobs filled in May.
Workforce and recruitment firm Hays has declared a skills recession as the impact of worker shortages continue to impact businesses.
The government is adjusting the duration of the Accredited Employer Work Visa from three years to five years from November.
Hospitality New Zealand has applied to become the bargaining agent for hospitality employers, which would see it enter negotiations on an industry pay arrangement under the Fair Pay Agreements Act.
Border reopenings around the world are helping to ease labour shortages in New Zealand, according to a report.
Can more employee sharing enhance New Zealand’s tourism workforce?
The number of filled jobs in accommodation and food services rose by 17,138 in April 2023, up 12.2% on the same month last year.
Businesses that wish to hire people on Partner of a Worker Work Visas will need to be accredited employers and pay at least the minimum wage, under changes that come into effect from tomorrow.
An accelerator programme, a tech expo, and industry workshops to foster innovation will be among the initiatives funded from $18.22m provided to tourism in Budget 2023.
More than 1,000 hospitality jobs have been filled in Queenstown’s labour market over the last year.
Auckland Council is cutting about 500 jobs with 200 to go from Tātaki Auckland Unlimited.
Prime Minister Chris Hipkins says New Zealand’s upgraded working holiday agreement with the UK will help support tourism and hospitality.
The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 3.4% in the March 2023 quarter, unchanged from the last quarter, according to figures released by Stats NZ.
The number of filled jobs in the accommodation and food services sector reached 18,101 in March 2023, up 12.9% on the same month last year, according to Stats NZ.
GO Rentals is offering its staff health checks to help support their mental wellbeing.
The new rules boost the residence pathway for skippers, deckhands and bus drivers coming to work under the AEWV.
Tourism and hospitality staff shortages appear to be easing on the West Coast, according to Te Tai o Poutini West Coast Regional Skills Leadership Group.
Fullers360 has welcomed the government’s move to improve residency pathways for skippers and deck hands under the transport sector agreement.
The changes have been made to help address casual workforce shortages in tourism and hospitality.
New Zealand’s recommend living wage will rise to $26 per hour in September, a 9.9% increase on the 2022/23 wage of $23.65.
Air New Zealand says it has increased its entry wage to $30 per hour to help attract around 400 workers to rebuild its airport teams across the country.
New Zealand employees are seeking more flexibility in their hours and location of work, according to a survey from Stats NZ.
Go with Tourism is seeking ambitious workers to step up and shape their careers in a new leadership coaching competition.
Three new working holiday visas between the United Kingdom and New Zealand will come into force by 1 July this year.
Tourism Minister Peeni Henare and the Better Work plan leaders on the crucial issue of funding.
The National Party has criticised the Better Work Action Plan for failing to address the staff shortages being suffered across the tourism sector.
Stress, insufficient pay, poor work-life balance and a lack of better opportunities contribute to staff churn rates.
The tourism minister says it will address ongoing challenges in the workforce and create a new standard for employment.
Air New Zealand is increasing its parental leave benefits for employees at the airline.
The government’s latest increase to the minimum wage has met a mixed reception from industry groups, whose members are already grappling with rising costs.
Go with Tourism has launched a new campaign showcasing tourism businesses and employers providing staff with a great working environment.
The unemployment rate rose ever slightly to 3.4% in the December quarter, according to the latest figures from Stats NZ.
Salaries in the hospitality and tourism sector have risen 9% year-on-year, according to new data from Trade Me Jobs.
Employer accreditations are extended and bus drivers get a boost but there’s little for hard-hit hospo.
The Restaurant Association, HCA, and Bus and Coach say their sectors need an estimated 33k workers to meet demand this summer.
Labour’s inaction has left the tourism and hospitality sectors facing a critical shortage of workers and risks leaving struggling business poorer, McClay says.
Businesses need to refocus investment on maintaining yield with fewer staff.
Accor Pacific is expanding its diversity policy for employees with the introduction of what it calls an industry-leading gender transitioning policy.
Nearly half of the 36,000 working holiday visa holders approved since March this year are now in the country, says the government.
The Backpacker Youth Adventure Travel Association (BYATA) of New Zealand is asking major banks why they are preventing international working holidaymakers from receiving bank accounts.