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Scoop Coverage: The Job Summit

Scoop Coverage: The Job Summit

Video: Made From NZ At The Jobs Summit - Key & English

Prime Minister John Key spoke with us just after the closing remarks of the Job Summit aimed at dealing with the issue of their being 80,000 Jobs at risk in New Zealand. John shared a couple of minutes on New Zealand’s opportunity as a small country, with small business and taking New Zealand to the world. More >>

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Job Summit: Key's Opening Remarks

You are all here, in this room, taking time out of your everyday lives to do something for your fellow New Zealanders.

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You are here at this Job Summit because you know how important jobs are to the country, and to every person and every family who loses one.

You know we face some big economic challenges and that unemployment is rising, but you’re not just standing by and saying nothing can be done. More >>


Job Dissent: National M.P. Picketed Over 90 Day Law

While government and business leaders traded words at the “jobs summit” around thirty people picketed National list M.P. Nicola Wagner's office in Christchurch to protest the new "fire-at-will" provisions of New Zealand's industrial law. More >>

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Gordon Campbell: Friday’s Job Summit & The Recession

How bad is bad likely to be ? At this point, Friday’s job summit will begin under the shadow of a great unknown... More >>

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  • BUSINESS.scoop - Patrick Smellie on the Jobs Summit: The Politics of Gesture
  • Greens - Jobs belong here not in China say Greens
  • Greens - Where are the Women?
  • NZ Govt - Women’s voices to be heard at job summit
  • Labour - Women’s affairs need leadership not defeatism
  • Greens - Greens release input to Job Summit
  • Business.Scoop - ASB offers fund to create & protect employment
  • ASB Bank - Help our Businesses Create or Save Jobs
  • NZ Govt - 90 Day Trial Period Starts Sunday
  • Business NZ - Finance insights from Jobs Summit survey
  • EMA - Jobs Summit must focus on retention and growth
  • EMA - Extraordinary times call for extraordinary action
  • National Distribution Union - Clothing Workers Looking for Action from Summit
  • Tourism Industry Association - Tourism investment will help safeguard jobs
  • NZ Govt - Grassroots Voices report welcomed
  • Federated Farmers - Farmers’ prescription for the jobs summit
  • TV3 Video - Survey reveals a third of businesses feel they're overstaffed
  • ASB Bank - Help our Businesses Create or Save Jobs
  • Scoop Satire: Key Cancels "Wasteful" Employment Summit

    During a line-by-line review of spending by the department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, Mr Key discovered the so-called "Summit on Employment", which was to be held in Auckland on February 27. More >>

    Other Summits: Turia Addresses Community And Voluntary Meeting

    You don’t have to be a meteorologist to realize that the forecasts are for grey skies ahead with frequent showers and occasional storms. Indeed, a casual read of any daily paper will oblige with more than a scattering of scary headlines. More >>

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    Employers: Greens Find Gaps In Job Summit List

    The just released Jobs Summit attendance list contains glaring gaps, said the Green Party. There is very little sign of anyone with frontline experience in grassroots community economic development or the creation of Green jobs, Employment Spokesperson Sue Bradford said. More >>

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