Zac was asked by Frances Cook, NZ Herald journalist and host of the Pivot Pod, to join her on a podcast to talk about the state of business and what SMEs can be doing proactively to negate the effects of Covid on their business. You can listen to the
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The NZ Herald asked for Zac's advice, for this article published on March 31, 2019. read it online HERE or in full below: There hasn't been a more challenging time for business than now, with the future of thousands of small, medium and large
On Monday night, hours after the announcement that NZ would be heading to a level 4 alert level, the NZ Herald contacted Zac for practical advice on what businesses can do to proceed during the four-week lockdown to try to halt the spread of
Zac talked to Simon Pound on the Business is Boring podcast for Spinoff, talking about doing business — and what you can do to survive — during the unprecedented and trying times Covid-19. You can listen to the 46-minute podcast HERE.
The NZ Herald asked Zac to contribute to an article on what businesses should do to prepare for the effects of coronavirus — below is the article in full, or you can read it on the website HERE Don't panic but get cracking on a coronavirus plan:
On Friday The Project NZ asked Zac his thoughts around what NZ businesses need to do to gear up for coronavirus — you can see his brief comments on that in this clip, but for a more definitive guideline to what should be included in your Coronavirus
Surprised and delighted to see that Kate Hawkesby (very briefly!) cited me in her Newstalk ZB article discussing the merits of a 4-day week — you can read that HERE.
Last week Xero released a survey that found that 32 per cent of business owners didn't think the current legal requirement of four weeks' annual leave, or six weeks including stat days, was enough. Aimee Shaw from the NZ Herald interviewed me to find