Major study reveals new Kiwi values in action: ‘I like to smile at people, and listen’ #Marketing @MondoPlayer [Video]

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Politicians demand we respect the insular values that defined us in the past. But a major AMP/Stuff survey reveals Kiwis no longer value the 40-hour week, strong silent stoicism and the security of distance. Instead, we are embracing changing values: we celebrate diversity,...

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Politicians demand we respect the insular values that defined us in the past. But a major AMP/Stuff survey reveals Kiwis no longer value the 40-hour week, strong silent stoicism and the security of distance. Instead, we are embracing changing values: we celebrate diversity, we profess kindness and – in our distant corner of the world – …






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