There has been much talk over the last week, and much misinterpretation around the criteria relating to the government’s COVID-19 Wage Subsidy. It has felt very much like a moving beast, which still hasn’t come to rest!
The Holidays Act, The Employment Relations Act, Wages Protection Act - These pieces of legislation can be extremely confusing and when you are busy running your business, they are really the last thing you want to be studying and inwardly digesting.
The Employment Relations Amendment Act 2018 has introduced employment law changes. Read more......
Payday filing starts on 1st April. All employers must be registered and ready. From 1 April 2019 employers must file employment information every payday instead of an Employer monthly schedule (IR348)...........read more
The Employment Relations Amendment Act 2018, passed into law by Parliament yesterday, introduces a number of employment law changes that aim to improve fairness in the workplace and deliver decent work conditions and fair wages. There are changes to meal and rest breaks, 90 day trials and various other areas.
If you are an employer you will be all too aware that employment law is a very complex beast, and it seems that it is all too easy to fall on the wrong side of it without intending to!