RMBF takes a position on licensing

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With the Government announcing that builders will have to be a Licensed Building Practitioner (LBP) to undertake restricted building work in the residential sector...

Protecting the home owner — How does the RMBF approach it?

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They say that building a home is one of the most exciting yet stressful experiences for an individual, and is right up there with...

Don’t panic Captain Mainwaring!

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Building Today columnist Ross Middleton sees a Dad’s Army irony in all the blather around Covid as it continues to disrupt. “Permission to speak...

Rapport — the glue for your team

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TradieHR director Leigh Olsen says the key to creating a connection in the workplace is through building rapport. Here she offers some top tips...

Constructive 2022: Tackling the issues facing commercial and residential construction

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This year’s Constructive Forum will be held in Rotorua, again over two days, and will tackle the issues facing residential and commercial construction. Constructive is...

Business 101: Documented systems essential for smooth company operations

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Terry Sage of Trades Coaching New Zealand continues his Business 101 series of articles by outlining relevant operational documentation that will help maximise profits.Of...

Cost fluctuation clauses in construction contracts

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Timothy Bates and Bodene Robertson-Wright of Auckland law firm TM Bates & Co review and compare the Cost Fluctuation clauses used in two common...

2022 — bring it on

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RMBA president Kerry Archer says it’s going to be tough going for the building industry this year. He asks if you’re going to be...

Here is what new employer accreditation looks like . . .

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Immigration NZ (INZ) launched its new employer accreditation on May 23, which now means no employer can employ anyone from overseas unless they are...