COVID-19 - Issues for employers at Alert Level 3
Requirements for workplaces at Level 3 are:
- People must work from home if that is possible,
- Physical distancing for workers,
- Contact tracing.
COVID-19 How your business can weather the storm (updated)
Is your business feeling the immediate effects of COVID-19 on your livelihood? What are your options and what can you do? It may not be easy, but it’ll be worth it.
COVID-19: Property Transactions Under Alert Level 4
The recent elevation to Covid-19 alert level four ("level 4") means there are difficulties with many property transactions around New Zealand going ahead. If you’re worried about your settlement, here’s some advice that may help.
No Jab, No Job?
We’ve put together some helpful questions and answers about the vaccine and employment rights.
Thinking of subleasing? What you need to know
Our offices are open under Alert Level 2
COVID-19 Claims for loss and expense due to slower working conditions?
In our latest COVID-19 construction update Finn Collins discusses the costs of working, primarily on commercial projects under level 3.
COVID-19 Alert Level 3 How does this change affect rental payments?
In this note we examine the implications of the move from Alert Level 4 to Alert Level 3 for landlords and tenants of commercial leases.
What is the effect of the change from Alert Level 4 to Alert Level 3 on leases? Will ADLS clause 27.5 still be relevant?
COVID-19 Property Transactions Under Alert Level 3
Operating your business after the move down from Alert Level 4
COVID-19 Hibernation and Safe Harbours temporary relief from debts for companies but only if you can tick the right boxes
How Does a Body Corporate React to Covid-19?
This is the story of how Body Corporate Apartment X (BCAX) has responded to COVID-19. Other Bodies Corporate may find this useful in determining their own courses of action.
COVID-19 and Public Holidays: Do Employees Still Get Paid?
Are employees still paid for public holidays if they are not working because of COVID-19? And if so, how much are they paid?
COVID-19: Suspension costs taking the pragmatic approach
I anticipate that the vast majority of contractors will not be throwing in the kitchen sink on delay costs and letting the contract become a battleground. Pragmatism needs to win the day because it is very likely that none of the current contracts adequately deal with all the financial implications of the current lockdown.