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Employers should consider what steps to take to ensure business continuity and the health and safety of their workforce.
Duncan Cotterill
The Privacy Commissioner recently released guidance on a complainant's right to information in workplace bullying matters.
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The gig economy is a labour market characterised by short-term contracts or freelance work as opposed to permanent jobs.
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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,...
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The MBIE discussion paper proposes 11 options to consider protections for workers in current contractor arrangements.
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Employers and employees may use the festive season to take holidays, to manage leave balances, or to just closedown.
Duncan Cotterill
Public consultation paper proposes changes to address issues around independent contractors e.g. misclassification & the grey zone.
Cavell Leitch
The rights and obligations of each of these employment parties is dependent on the type of employment relationship.
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Article advises employers to deal with any employee issues well before the pre-Christmas rush.
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Businesses with staff from a variety of backgrounds and experiences are more likely to make a greater contribution.
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Interesting article about synthetic drugs and drug and alcohol policies.
Duncan Cotterill
A key change arising from the HSWA was the use of WorkSafe-approved enforceable undertakings as an alternative to prosecution.
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Managers or employees who perpetrate or tolerate harassment or bullying place the company at risk for damages and fines.
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Article outlines changes to the Employment Relations Act 2000 that affect how employers should deal with rest and meal breaks.
Duncan Cotterill
Court considered how the definition of ordinary weekly pay requires an employer to treat commissions when calculating holiday pay.
Duncan Cotterill
This bullying conviction in South Australia could have implications for health and safety practices in New Zealand.
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New law enables employees to raise a personal grievance against anyone that can direct or control the employee's day-to-day work.
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The Employment Relations Authority looks at the real nature of the employment relationship and applies a number of tests.
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Employers should provide guidelines and training to ensure that employees can respond to all consumers, including trolls.
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