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Providing the latest and most relevant learning and development options is another key benefit we offer our members.
Agriculture constantly evolves, however the latest evidence and consumer research has highlighted the increasing importance of climate change, extreme weather events and Māori values adoption.
Forestry is also impacted by climate change, however invasive species, deforestation and resource management concerns are areas industry leaders are grappling with.
Despite global demand for New Zealand fish, soaring fuel prices, labour shortages and logistics problems deliver a tough environment for New Zealand’s seafood industry.
The mining industry considers its environmental footprint, volatility in commodity prices and health and safety practices as legitimate areas for management to focus on.
The primary sector is a key component of New Zealand’s economy and, as such, we put a lot of emphasis on how to best support our members. As part of the wider BusinessNZ Network, we communicate regularly with government and support initiatives that drive productive outcomes for the sector. A recent example was the part we played in bringing RSE workers to our shores to support the horticulture industry.
Providing the latest and most relevant learning and development options is another key benefit we offer our members, and this covers everything from H&S training to Te Reo workshops and sustainability bootcamps.
We also deliver Job Search Connect, a free service for eligible job seekers which offers job search support, advice and connections to employers for eligible job seekers.