New Zealand Nurses’ Organisation’s Kerri Nuku was a panel member of Health Central’s ChalkTalks panel discussion on the End of Life Choice Bill and said nurses must be included in any legislation and conversation that involves end of life care.
Revelations of bullying in Parliament drive home the need to have this conversation about bullying in the workplace now. Our panel discussion tonight in Wellington will discuss bullying and other aspects of wellbeing in the workplace – there are still a few tickets left, so do come along to hear expert opinions on this important topic.
A wide survey of New Zealand workplaces by researchers from Massey University’s Healthy Work Group has found more than one-quarter of employees feel depressed much of the time and half of workers say their...
WorkSafe's Jude Urlich will be an excellent addition to tonight's eagerly awaited panel discussion on Wellbeing in the Workplace.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8jy21Op-EE Hamish Rutherford from NZME talks to Gary Heath from Sequre - one of the panellists taking part in HealthCentral ChalkTalks’ panel discussion on the “Future of New Zealand’s Healthcare - how do we achieve...
Panellists of Health Central’s ChalkTalks panel discussion agreed that wellbeing in any workplace can only flourish if employers are focused on getting the job design, organisational culture and fundamental basics of employment right first.
With the Justice Select Committee reporting back on the End of Life Choice Bill yesterday, it is a good time to consider closely the proposed legislation and whether it can provide choice for those who want it, without affecting those who don’t.