Did you know there is a new Privacy Act for New Zealand coming into effect 1 December 2020?
To assist organisations get familiar with the new Privacy Act, StopLookGo Privacy have created a free online tool called P20BOT (pronounced pee-2-zero-bot).
The tool assists organisations understand the upcoming changes in the Privacy Act and produces customised preparedness reports, based on the answers provided.
From workloads to wellbeing, the COVID-19 pandemic poses many challenges. Learn to spot when your stress levels are rising and pick up wellbeing tips. Your health and happiness – and your business – will benefit. Read more
A guide on wellbeing at work for workplace leaders can be found at the following link. Covid-19 Workplaces Resource
The COVID-19 Business Helpline is a free business support and employment advice service, provided ensure all businesses across New Zealand receive business advice and support through COVID-19. Free Phone: 0800 500 362
All businesses will be required to display government generated QR code posters at all premises from 12pm Wednesday 19 August while under Alert levels 2 and 3. Find out how to get your QR code poster and what to do if you have multiple sites.
Click here to create an official QR code poster for your business
With over fifteen years in education, training and development roles in adult education with an emphasis on governance, policy development and implementation, and project management, Claire is a valuable addition to the Whanganui Chamber of Commerce and Industry Board.
Throughout her career, Claire has been actively involved in developing, delivering and facilitating training programmes, and presentations to a wide variety of audiences on a range of topics. In addition to this professional career, Claire and her husband operate a tourism business on the Whanganui River.
Claire’s expertise lies in a working knowledge of the tourism industry, with strong local and regional networks, strategy and policy development and implementation, and project management.
Craig McKinnon joined Balance Chartered Accountants three years ago and in April 2017 he became one of four partners.
Craig completed his bachelor of commerce at Victoria University of Wellington and worked for Finance New Zealand as a senior tax analyst before returning to Whanganui with his wife and two children.
He brings a high level of financial expertise to the Chamber Board as well as a fresh look at how the Chamber works. Craig succeeds his father Rex on the Chamber Board.