The Agricultural industry makes up a majority of the workplace incidents reported across New Zealand.
In rural New Zealand, it is not unusual to discover livestock wandering outside of the livestock owner’s boundary.
With businesses surviving the worst that was on offer in 2020 in respect of the Covid-19 pandemic... read more
It was assumed that the Covid-19 lockdown would allow a level of flexibility for employers dealing with employee related issues
2020 has been a year like no other, introducing a raft of new issues to which business leaders have had to adapt. SME’s in particular have had to be agile in responding to Covid-19, managing compliance and changes in legislation and being effective in a competitive marketplace.
With increased lending to stimulate consumer spending across New Zealand during these uncertain financial times, lenders, borrowers and guarantors need now to be more vigilant.
Canterbury has not been immune from these impacts and where business was once conducted on a hand-shake, Covid-19 has left a lot of businesses scrambling for continuity.
The onset of the Covid-19 pandemic has forced companies to be agile in responding to the acute decline in business activity and commensurate revenue.
Canterbury business owners in the autumn of their careers looking to retire are faced with a number of challenges in ensuring the ongoing success of their enterprise.