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Required Overtime...Is it allowed?
18 June 2019
In a recent case, Postal Workers Union of Aotearoa Inc v New Zealand Post Limited  NZEmpC 47, a full Court of the Employment Court tackled the issue of availability provisions in employment agreements and concluded that while the amendments to the Employment Relations Act 2000 ("ERA") that occurred in 2016 effectively outlawed "zero-hour" contracts, the impact of those changes have a broader application.
Pukekohe Cosmopolitan Club - Catering Contractor
13 June 2019
The Pukekohe Cosmopolitan Club is seeking a qualified chef or catering company to take over he Club's Catering Contract, this being the two main kitchens, Bistro, Restaurant (A la Carte) operation and provide catering services to weddings and special events booked by the club.
Secure your spot on the next Back to Basics Managers Course - July 2019
12 June 2019
The dates for the next Back to Basics Managers course have been set for Tuesday 30th and Wendnesday 31st July 2019.
If you are new to club management or want to refresh the basics please contact Michelle Mazey to secure your spot by emailing email@example.com
Cheap or Quality - Who is your club appealing to?
12 June 2019
My Grandfather used to say, "if you sell to the classes, you eat with the masses. If you sell to the masses, you eat with the classes." Clubs are a mass market model. If my Grandfather's cliche is to be believed, all clubs should be successful. Clearly, there's a lot more to success than trying to sell to the masses. You need a business model that generates sales and a sufficient margin to ensure the club is profitable. With most clubs' gaming revenue flat or in decline, many are trying to win customers through promotions and discounts such as 2-for-1 meal nights and $10 roasts. Their appeal to the hip pocket makes sense, but in many ways it is a race to the bottom. The customers who only come for the discount meal are not likely to spend money on drinks and gaming, so the club's promotion may become a loss, not a loss leader.
Great opportunity to refresh your gaming room with bargain Ainsworth machines
7 June 2019
We have amazing news for clubs looking to change up their gaming offering without spending a fortune. Action Gaming have approximately 50 secondhand Ainsworth A560's that they are offering to clubs at fantastic prices.
These machines typically sell for between $9,500 and $13,000 + GST each, however, Action Gaming is offering these to clubs for only $3,250 + GST