Businesses are using using benefits such as free insurance, staff discounts and retirement savings schemes to attract and retain good staff.
Every morning Paul Henry, Hilary Barry and Jim Kayes share their points of view on the stories shaping the world.
James Hill, a talented Canadian player who joined Paul Henry to talk about the art of the ukulele.
This morning on the show, 3 News reporter Amanda Gillies and Live More Awesome founder Jimi Hunt joined Paul on the panel.
US Tattoo model Sabina Kelley is among over 250 of the world’s best tattoo artists, models and performers who are returning to the NZ.
National MP Judith Collins and Labour MP Annette King joined Paul Henry to talk about the political stories of the week.
NIWA’s principal scientist Chris Brandolino joined Paul Henry to talk about the weather hitting the country.
3 News entertainment editor Kate Rodger joins Paul Henry to talk about what's hot on the silver screen.
Money Man Tony Field takes us through the bargains on Black Friday and how it is spreading to New Zealand.
The Green Party has criticised proposed changes to the Resource Management Act, saying the overhaul would leave many people out of the consultation loop.
This morning's show featured Paul's Russian accent, bacon scented underwear and a joke about a dead wife.