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Wynn Williams Lawyers
Before the wage subsidy expires, employers should carefully consider if they should make any changes to staffing levels.
Cavell Leitch
An employer must pass on the full amount of the wage subsidy from the government, to the employee it is claimed for.
McVeagh Flemming Lawyers
MBIE has released a discussion document, inviting public consultation on independent contractors in today's economy.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
To ensure you are up-to-date with these employment law changes, we have set them out in a '2020 Employment Law Calendar'.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
To ensure you are up-to-date with these employment law changes, we have set them out in a ‘2020 Employment Law Calendar'.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
All non-essential businesses must close - where employees can work from home, they should do so and be paid accordingly.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
This article sets out issues created by the pandemic that employers should be aware of, that may impact their employees.
Cavell Leitch
WorkSafe (NZ) could bring a similar claim pursuant to the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 for workplace bullying.
Cavell Leitch
Employees are entitled to statutory sick leave, but issues could arise when an employee takes more than that amount.
Duncan Cotterill
The Privacy Commissioner recently released guidance on a complainant's right to information in workplace bullying matters.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The gig economy is a labour market characterised by short-term contracts or freelance work as opposed to permanent jobs.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
While internships can open doors and can be an important pathway to success, interns must pay for rent and food as well.
STA Law Firm
The new amendment brings the change in the legal provisions of Employment Relations Act 2000, Human Rights Act 1993 and Holidays Act 2003. Besides,...
Wynn Williams Lawyers
The MBIE discussion paper proposes 11 options to consider protections for workers in current contractor arrangements.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Employers and employees may use the festive season to take holidays, to manage leave balances, or to just closedown.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Businesses with staff from a variety of backgrounds and experiences are more likely to make a greater contribution.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Managers or employees who perpetrate or tolerate harassment or bullying place the company at risk for damages and fines.
Wynn Williams Lawyers
Article outlines changes to the Employment Relations Act 2000 that affect how employers should deal with rest and meal breaks.
Duncan Cotterill
This bullying conviction in South Australia could have implications for health and safety practices in New Zealand.
Duncan Cotterill
This Bill aims to protect the position of employees who work under the direction of someone who is not their employer.
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