Rugby World Cup 2019™ Tournament Pass now available for purchase from Spark Sport
9 May 2019
Rugby fans can now get ready for wall-to-wall coverage of Rugby World Cup 2019. Until the end of May, fans can purchase their Tournament Pass for just $59.99. The Spark Sport Rugby World Cup 2019 Tournament Pass is the only way New Zealanders can access all 48 matches of the tournament live and on demand.
Jeff Latch, Head of Spark Sport is urging fans who want the complete Rugby World Cup experience, to get in early and purchase their Tournament Pass at the super-early bird price of $59.99.
How to manage stress
11 April 2019
Feeling stressed in the workplace when the pressure is on is completely normal. But feeling workplace stress constantly, at home, in the car, and during your holiday is not.
Here are some practical ways to prevent workplace stress from taking over your life.
Is Your POS Fit For Purpose?
18 October 2018
Is your POS delivering all that it could? POS Technology is moving fast!
In the days when your POS was your cash register, it occupied a position at the end of your sales process. Since then, POS has shifted considerably, and now sits in a much more central position. Today’s POS now handles far more than the receipt of cash – inventory control, workforce rostering and management, accounting, sales analysis and even venue display signage. Here are a few features that may have improved since your POS system was last upgraded:
Be ready to shift to payday filing
13 September 2018
The time is now for New Zealand employers to get ready to shift to payday filing.
From April 1 2019 all employers will have to file their employment information every payday.
Inland Revenue customer segment lead Richard Owen says the easiest way to comply is through payroll software.
Business owners who keep good books sleep easy
31 May 2018
Keeping good business records can lead to a good night’s sleep is the main message in Inland Revenue’s latest campaign targeting the hospitality industry.
Hospitality is considered a high risk industry group as part of Inland Revenue’s long running hidden economy programme to identify undeclared income.
Can payroll software actually save you money?
31 May 2018
If you have staff, you need to pay them. This is called payroll – the managing of payments to your employees.
Some New Zealand businesses choose to do payroll manually, keeping payment notes in a spreadsheet or other document. Others might outsource payroll to an accountant or bookkeeper, or even to a dedicated payroll company.
Get ready for Payday Filing
3 May 2018
As of 1 April this year businesses can choose to report payroll information every payday instead of monthly. This is voluntary from 1 April 2018, and compulsory from 1 April 2019.
You need to start thinking about how and when you’ll opt in.
Round-up of 2018 law changes
26 April 2018
From payday reporting to a new minimum wage and rules around parental leave, here’s a summary of what’s new and what’s changed for small businesses and the self-employed – check which apply to you.
5 signs your small business isn't ready for changing customer expectations
15 March 2018
In the Digital Opportunities for Today’s Small Business report, small businesses list local competition as their number one immediate business concern. Keeping pace with changing customer expectations – the basis of how a business can compete – is anticipated to be the top perceived business threat in five years’ time. And a shift in customer expectations isn’t just a trend lurking on the horizon, it’s happening now.
IR takes AIM at provisional tax
8 March 2018
From April 2018, small businesses, sole traders and contractors can choose a new pay-as-you-earn option, rather than paying provisional tax in instalments several times a year.
This signals a shift in focus for accountants, freeing them up to help clients make good decisions about their finances and future direction.
Workplace Health and Safety Audits
8 November 2017
There has been some word that clubs have been approached by various health and safety providers making claims that clubs must undertake health and safety audits in order to be compliant. The clubs we have spoken to have been told that if they fail to sign up for the companies audit they are in breach of the Health and Safety at Work Act and will be liable for large fines.
21 September 2017
Members will recall that in August 2016 Clubs New Zealand released via our website and weekly e-Newsletter information regarding AKPA (Australasian Karaoke Protection Authority) and OneMusic. Recently we have been provided with additional information which clubs must familiarise themselves with particularly those clubs who offer Karaoke.