"COVID-19 has accelerated the arrival of the future of work."
Their latest recruitment video aims to "bust some myths" about working in intelligence.
An audit found he made unlawful deductions, paid employees less than minimum wage and didn't give holiday pay.
Most of the complaints have been resolved, without any prosecutions being made.
About 51,000 people are waiting for decisions on their residence.
Brian 'Sooty' Wallace was homeless, but thanks to Rishi Sharma he's got a house, and a new job.
Workers who are members of FIRST Union now receive a minimum of $21.15 an hour.
There have been claims by former residents of abuse, exploitation, poor education and health services.
A survey of Australasian employers has found that almost two-thirds of employees want to work flexibly.
David Godfrey will leave the company at the end of the year.
Two current members spoke to Newshub on Thursday.
Westpac's chief economist said the jobless rate is expected to rise.
It said the COVID-19 pandemic has shown how important it is.
The $14 million investment will give up to 350 people access to trades training in the regions.
The university is forecasting a $33 million loss in 2021.
"I hate Australian mentality and you have it [in] droves," she emailed her husband.
It might hit high-income earners, but it won't hit them.
"The willingness for a business to bring on a new worker is very, very low at the moment."
Another 185,000 believe there's a high chance they'll be unemployed in the next 12 months.
"The delays are causing hardship to a large number of people, and we probably only see the tip of the iceberg."
SEEK data shows jobs in the consumer services sector are at 51.8 percent of pre-COVID levels.
It follows new stats showing the vast majority of lost jobs due to COVID were held by women.
90 percent of people who've lost their jobs due to COVID-19 are women.
"We're shocked that these tired old arguments have made a comeback in National."
The UK woman was repeatedly mocked by her younger colleagues.
"Families need the income and people need to go to work, especially for those who are not essential workers."
Two more staff members are now "feeling unwell".
While many businesses struggle for survival, others have adapted to meet the changing market.
About 250,000 of Auckland's 900,000 working people can't work at all under the current restrictions.
Newshub asked law experts who can enforce COVID-19 tests.