Requirements for workplaces at Level 3 are:
Are employees still paid for public holidays if they are not working because of COVID-19? And if so, how much are they paid?
Employers can apply for a lump sum payment for their employees over 12 weeks if they have experienced a 30% actual or predicted decline in revenue due to COVID-19, over the period of a month when compared to a month last year.
We’ve been giving a lot of thought to how Gibson Sheat might be able to help you with the challenges you might face in the coming period. Keep an eye out for our updates on this.
The Employment Court has recently clarified one of the many complicated sections of the Holidays Act - the calculation of payment for bereavement leave, alternate holidays, public holidays and sick leave.
In this age of smartphones, practically everyone has a recording device in their pocket. As an employer, have you ever wondered where you stand with regard to a recording made by an employee without your knowledge?
Register now for our free employment law update at our Masterton office on Monday 8 October, from 5pm.
The Gibson Sheat employment team will summarise employment law changes effective in 2018 and advise how they'll affect your business.
An individual employment agreement is a written agreement containing terms and conditions of the employment. It is a useful tool with which the employer can set clear performance expectations...