What are your ethical expectations of the workplace?

The year has barely begun to turn yellow an autumnal and already so much has happened. This is no longer a new year blog! In the wake of recent tragic events in Aotearoa, it is hard to focus. However in a way, planning for another year of career seminars and events, is a good opportunity […]

There’s been a bit in the media lately about the relative merits (or otherwise) of social enterprise. To some, social enterprise is the panacea for an under-funded community sector; a way to decrease community organisations’ dependence on donations and government funding. To others, social enterprise is merely green-wash; a way for businesses to profit from […]

It wasn’t so long ago (2008), my then colleagues and I were standing around laughing heartily at The Flight of the Conchords and their Robot song. “It is the Year 2000! Robots rule the world” we chortled. Haha – that stuff never happened. Haha. Well, I don’t know about you, but I’ve started noticing now […]

This is the first in the series Top career questions asked by students: questions collected from you, actual students, for our panel at the Careers in Focus event in August. The answer is: It depends. Sorry, that’s probably not want you want to hear. It’s just that there are a lot of variables to finding […]

After a year of arduously slaving my way towards a First Class Honours Degree, I thought I’d be able to pick up a job as easily as a packet of Extra chewing gum at the New World self-checkout. Incidentally, so did my parents, and my friend’s parents, and just about every Baby Boomer that I […]

South Korea and Samsung, one of the country’s industrial giants, achieved a world-first in the development of militarized robots, and another when South Korea used this technology to protect its borders with North Korea. South Korea have this week achieved yet another world first in relation to robotic technology in courageously announcing their intention to […]