Business & Tech
If you’re a woman then from today, you are effectively working for free for the rest of the year.
Georgia Latu is CEO of Pōtiki Poi, the company that made 32,000 poi for the Women’s Rugby World Cup.
Here’s why these activists think the starting-out wage should go.
“I will be a Māori Millionaire.”
Indigenous thought has a lot to offer future technologies, writes Daniel Smith.
Hate your job? You’re not alone.
“We need to approach these problems with continuous innovation."
“Last year, I turned over just over $200,000, solely from sex work.”
Netsafe says there has been 88% increase in reports of sextortion since 2019.
Why does HelloFresh packaging suck so much?
Māori women can miss out on more $400K compared to Pākehā men over a 40-year working life.
“I'm trying to do things now that are going to be helpful for our descendants in like 200 years"
And what can we do to get out of it?
Five U.S. states have gotten rid of the requirement for a uni degree for most jobs in government.
Research shows rangatahi Māori are driven by creating financial security for their whānau and hapū.
“I wish men had more thought for people outside of their own bubble.”
Te Kahukura shares some of her top tips to help you reach your financial goals.
Honey Ellis (Tainui, Ngāti Kahungunu) is a social worker turned TikTok educator.
The Māori Money Movement series is created in partnership with Sorted.
"I have seen enough movies to know how this ends."
“ I didn’t choose brick laying, brick laying chose me.”
Primo proudly displays its 4.5 health star rating, while actual milk settles for just 3.5 stars.
If it’s partially uninhabitable, then you can pay reduced rent.
“I have no intention of leaving the industry. This is a part of my identity.”
“A lot of people want to smell my gym socks.”
Only 12% of tradespeople are women and sexism is keeping it that way.
Rana says he has had more than 50 email enquiries since advertising the Tesla offer yesterday.
Only 40% of companies knew where all their direct suppliers were.
Give your flatmate a break.
Who would’ve thought?