IWG New Zealand Country Manager Pierre Ferrandon continued the global conversation about flexible working this morning on the The AM Show. In his interview, he explains the focus should be on providing a network of offices for employees, so they can choose to work wherever and however they want. Check out his full interview here. Regus#workinghours #coworking #workspace #flexibleworking
Andrew Barnes, Perpetual Guardian Founder and Managing Director, speaks to CNBC Power Lunch in the United States about the company’s four day work week trial. Check out the full interview here.
About $1 million has been donated to Tauranga’s Waipuna Hospice by a woman grateful for the support she received at the end of her husband’s life. The Trust is managed by Perpetual Guardian. Check out the full article here.
Alexander PR and its content marketing division The Content Place are the first PR agency in New Zealand to be HubSpot certified. Check out the full article here.
New Zealand payroll company, PaySauce has launched a service allowing employees to access their pay any time before payday. Check out the full article here.
Founder and owner of Sudima, Sudesh Jhunjhnuwala shares his vision for the Kiwi hotel chain’s future. Read the full article here.
Read the full article here, where Emma Smith, regional centre manager at AMP Capital Shopping Centres, shares her views on why the shopping experience is important.
Senior marketing manager at NorthWest Shopping Centre, Linh Luong, advises on how shopping centres can make a difference with community service. Read the full article here.
Scientist, Dr Michelle Dickson (ask Nanogirl) sits down with Woman’s Weekly to discuss why she is supporting The Gut Cancer Foundation. Read the full article here.
Dr Frances Pitsilis explains why workers aren’t the only ones who benefit from flexible hours. Four-day work weeks can also improve the productivity of the business. Read the full article here.