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Mental wellbeing has decreased significantly among New Zealand business leaders over the past six months as financial pressures and political and economic uncertainty take their toll, according to the latest edition of the BDO Wellbeing & Business Performance Index - Te Rangahau o ngā hauora pai
Rachel Smalley interviews Kimberley Symon, BDO Advisory Parntner, on the latest BDO Wellbeing & Business Performance Index findings.
BDO advisory partner Kimberley Symon speaks with Kate McVicar from NBR on the findings from the latest BDO Wellbeing & Business Performance Index report.
Employers pay as much as 64% in fringe benefit tax if they provide an ebike for staff to commute between work and home. In contrast, employers that provide car parking for employees pay 0% in fringe benefit taxes in most cases.
The use of te reo Māori is growing, and there is a lot of interest in learning it, says Angela Edwards of BDO.
Gisborne Herald business insights on annual leave by Debra Leach
A first-of-its-kind BDO New Zealand study investigating the link between business performance and wellbeing, which includes sector-specific insights, has found that business owners and leaders who identify as Māori are still feeling the strain caused by Covid-19.
BDO staff in Takapuna are getting behind a community initiative which supports young people with disabilities to get into meaningful employment. Check out the RNZ video.
Half of Māori business leaders aren't feeling the best mentally, according to a new report, with COVID-19 being the most cited reason for it.