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New Zealand Indian Central Association Youth Conference Celebrates Remarkable Success

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The New Zealand Indian Central Association Inc. (NZICA) is delighted to announce the resounding
success of its highly anticipated Youth Conference held at the Mahatma Gandhi Centre, Auckland on
Saturday, 25 November 2023. The conference featured distinguished speakers, prominent guests,
and enthusiastic participants from all over New Zealand making it a remarkable and insightful
gathering.

The Youth Conference aimed to address crucial issues related to the well-being of young individuals
in the New Zealand Indian community. It provided a platform for thought-provoking discussions,
knowledge sharing and networking opportunities for the youth.

Renowned speakers who graced the conference with their wisdom and insights included Simran
Kaur, Jazz Thornton, IOPNZ (Arrun Soma, Ajay Chhibber, Moushumi Das). Their thought-provoking
talks and engaging discussions left a profound impact on the participants, empowering them with
valuable insights and knowledge.

The outstanding success of this event would not have been possible without the dedicated efforts of
the NZICA Youth Committee Chairman Shashi Patel and his highly energetic and enthusiastic team.
Their commitment to ensuring the success of the conference was evident in every aspect of the
event, from planning to execution.

The presence of esteemed NZICA Life Members, Harshad K Patel and Bhikhu Bhana added prestige
and significance to the occasion. Life Members guidance and support have been instrumental in
shaping the NZICA’s journey, and their attendance at the conference was truly appreciated.
The event was also graced by the presence of the NZICA Business Committee Chairman Dipak Bhana,
Navtej Randhawa from National Party and Suneel Kuncha from New Zealand Telugu Association,
who showed their support for the youth and their dedication to promoting Youth well-being.

NZICA would like to extend its heartfelt gratitude to all the participants who attended the
conference and actively contributed to the discussions. The event’s success was a testament to the
enthusiasm and commitment of the Youth within the New Zealand Indian community.

Special thanks goes to the Auckland Indian Association for their warm hospitality and for providing
the ideal venue for this significant gathering.

Last but not least, NZICA would like to express its sincere appreciation to the generous sponsors who
provided crucial financial support, making the Youth Conference possible. Their commitment to the
community’s well-being is truly commendable, and their financial contribution is deeply valued.
NZICA remains committed to fostering the well-being and growth of the New Zealand Indian
community, especially its Youth and Women. The resounding success of the Youth Conference is a
testament to the organisation’ dedication to this noble cause

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Migrant arrivals up 25%, departures up nearly a third in last year Stats NZ figures show

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Migrant arrivals rose 25 percent over the past year, though the number of departures was up by nearly a third.

Stats NZ provisional results estimate there were 130,600 migrant departures in the year to April, the highest on record over 12 months.

The overall net gain of 98,500 migrants in the year to April is made up of 154,900 non-citizens, offsetting a net loss of 56,500 New Zealand citizens.

A net 56,000 New Zealand citizens left in the year to April, an annual record for the country exceeding the previous record of 44,400 in the February 2012 year.

The average annual net migration loss of New Zealand citizens was 26,800 in the April years 2002-2013, and 6500 in the April years 2014-2019.

Indian citizens made up the largest group of migrants arrivals, followed by citizens of Philippines and China.

Source: RNZ

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Toxic culture major factor in employees deciding on ‘rage-applying’ for new jobs

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Two out of three professional job applicants admit to applying for numerous roles out of frustration with their current employer, in what the industry calls rage-applying.

The term rage-applying occurs when workers react to a bad day at work by firing out multiple applications for a new job.

A survey of more than 2000 professional job applicants by recruitment specialist Robert Walters indicates more than half of them wanted to leave a toxic work culture, with 20 percent citing a lack of work life balance while 13 percent were concerned about an unmanageable workload.

Just 3 percent said a disagreement with management led to them rage-applying in the past six months.

The survey also found there was a 112 percent surge in job applications following Wellington public sector cuts.

Robert Walters ANZ chief executive Shay Peters said the increase raised queries as to whether individuals were applying for positions out of frustration and apprehension, rather than genuine interest in the advertised roles.

“It’s rather intriguing to observe that this surge in job applications is not primarily motivated by factors such as salary or career advancement. Rather, it seems to stem from the work environment and policies, which lie entirely within the employer’s control.

“Identifying toxic workplace cultures isn’t always a simple task, yet it can profoundly affect the mental wellbeing, morale, and creativity of employees.”

He said the company’s research found an inspiring company culture was the number one thing that attracted professionals to a job advert – ahead of flexible work and enhanced benefits packages.

“As we embrace the arrival of more Gen Z individuals into the workforce, it’s crucial for employers to recognise that the priorities of employees are evolving.

“While salaries may have once reigned supreme as the primary driving force, Gen Z is considerably more concerned about the office culture and working policies.”

VIA RNZ

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Movement of pilot’s seat a focus of probe into LATAM Boeing flight, report says

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The movement of a flight deck seat is a key focus of the probe into a sudden mid-air dive by a LATAM Airlines Boeing 787 plane that left more than 50 people injured, aviation industry publication the Air Current reported on Wednesday.

The plane, which was heading from Sydney to Auckland on Monday, dropped abruptly before stabilising, causing those on board to be thrown about the cabin.

Based on the available information it was understood the seat movement was “pilot induced, not intentionally,” the report said, citing a senior airline safety official.

“The seat movement caused the nose down” angle of the aircraft, the publication said, citing another anonymous source who added the possibility of an electrical short was also under review.

Boeing is expected to release a message to 787 operators regarding the incident, the Air Current reported, in a sign a fleet-wide issue could be involved though it said the specific topic was not known to the publication.

Boeing declined to comment on the report, instead referring Reuters to the investigating agencies.

Chile’s aviation regulator, which is leading the probe given it involves a Chilean airline flying in international airspace, said the investigation “just got underway” and its investigators had arrived in New Zealand.

LATAM said it “continues to work in coordination with the authorities to support the investigation” and said it was not appropriate to comment on speculation that has circulated.

LATAM is based in Chile and the flight, which had 263 passengers and nine crew members, was due to continue on to Santiago after stopping in Auckland.

The cause of the flight’s apparent sudden change in trajectory has not yet been explained. Safety experts say most airplane accidents are caused by a cocktail of factors that need to be thoroughly investigated.

New Zealand’s Transport Accident Investigation Commission said on Tuesday it was seizing the cockpit voice recorder and flight data recorder of the flight, which would provide information about the conversations between the pilots and the plane’s movement.

– This story was first published by Reuters
VIA RNZ

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