Businesses that have experienced a 40% downturn will be eligible for the extended wage subsidy. This means an additional 40,000 employers will be able to receive the wage subsidy to aid their recovery.
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Building websites alone won’t help businesses – Māori business mentor
The co-founder of business incubator Te Whare Hukahuka gives a three-step formula that his team uses to help Māori businesses. This formula has been used to counter the effects of COVID on Māori livelihoods.
UK lockdown forces Ngāti Rānana members to return home
COVID-19 emergency measures have sent many members of London-based kapa haka Ngāti Rānana home. Ngāti Rānana kaihaka Luke and Roimata Claasen, practice law in London and are navigating through hard times.
Govt helping new unemployed due to upcoming Elections- Sue Bradford
Former Green Party MP Sue Bradford says that the new benefit for newly-unemployed workers has created two classes of unemployed workers. She says that Govt should be paying a higher benefit to all jobseekers regardless of when they lost their jobs.
Māori marketing agency helps Māori businesses survive COVID-19
Statistics show that most businesses fail in the first five years. Seven years after its inception, whānau business Platform Advertising is now helping Māori firms survive COVID-19.
CTU suggests new alternative to the 'dole'
The Council of Trade Unions (CTU) says the Government is on the right path. However, they want the Government needs to go faster with greater emphasis on creating pathways to higher value, higher-wage jobs.
Trades Training gets Māori out of poverty, into business
The government trades and apprenticeship training package aims to get rangatahi into work. Budget 2020 gave a $1.6 billion dollar boost to trade training. He Poutama Rangatahi was piloted in the provinces to get at-risk taiohi Māori into employment. Stuart Lawrence, chair of Māori Pasifika Trades Training explains the impact of getting Māori into the trades.
Treasury advisors calls on Māori entities to 'sweat' their balance sheets
Treasury Advisor Trevor Moeke says that Māori will play a major role in the economic recovery. He says if Māori work together and 'sweat' the balance sheets, jobs will come.
He Poutama Rangatahi will get 'neffs' off the couch- Willie Jackson
Employment Minister Willie Jackson says that He Poutama Rangatahi will help get 'neffs' off the couch and into mahi. He says it will be community driven where whānau on the ground get behind youth to support them into employment.
NZ Māori Tourism working on plan to revitalise industry
Māori tourism has taken a massive blow due to COVID-19. NZ Māori Tourism are advising Māori operators to expect only half the business that they had last year.