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Recent research by the Healthy Work Group investigated whether differences in the workplace environment affect employee's understanding of acceptable workplace behaviour - and if 'norms' within an industry influenced employees' perceptions.
Bullying is poisonous to organisational life. Untreated, it can cause significant harm to both the bullied and those who witness it. Alongside the individual costs, the effects of workplace bullying can ripple through an organisation to inflict substantial direct and indirect organisational costs. Research suggests that it is prevalent in organisations internationally and locally. Despite widespread recognition of the problem, how best to effectively manage workplace bullying is far less clear.
Class 4 Game Rules 2016 effective from 7 March 2016
New Class 4 game rules take effect on Monday, 7 March 2016, replacing the Gambling Act (Class 4) Game Rules 2006. The Gambling Act (Class 4) Game Rules 2016 streamline and simplify the requirements for societies, clubs and venues to operate Class 4 gaming machines.
May and June "Back to Basics" Club Managers Courses full
We have been blown away by the response to our "Back to Basics" Club Managers Courses. The May and June courses are now full, and new dates will be confirmed soon, with a wait list already forming.
This two day course is aimed at "upskilling" managers who may need to improve their knowledge around "compliance" issues and obtain detailed understanding of the various components Clubs traditionally earn revenue from. Some of the topics covered include:
2016 Conference & AGM - Spot Light on Daniel Munk and Darryl Lovegrove
For those clubs attending the Clubs New Zealand 2016 Conference and AGM that are yet to secure their accommodation we have been advised that there are 19 units still available at the Angus Inn Lower Hutt. To secure these rooms contact the Angus Inn on 04 560 1100 and quote the booking reference #62822. These rooms are currently held for Clubs New Zealand members but will need to be released to the public next week, so be sure to get onto it quick. Further accommodation options can be found below.
Last week we introduced you to conference speakers Chris Bishop and Martin Bosley. In the second speaker update we would like to introduce you to Daniel Munk who has an impressive career spanning 30 years in Club Management across the ditch and successful businessman and performer Darryl Lovegrove.