Relevant Legislation

Employers commonly make employment-related decisions for their staff on a daily basis. All decisions made in an organisation have legal implications and sadly, have the potential to create liability for the employer.

Generally, employers will not be fully trained in employment law. And so, to avoid getting it wrong and incurring legal complaints let us help you navigate the myriad of legislation that underpins your business.

  • Employment Relations Act 2000
  • The Crown Entities Act 2004
  • Public Finance Act
  • Official Information Act 1982
  • Public Records Act 2005
  • Education Act 1989
  • Oranga Tamariki Act 1989
  • Children’s and Young People’s Well-being Act 1989
  • Holidays Act 2003
  • Wages Protection Act 1983
  • Minimum Wage Act 1983
  • Parental Leave and Employment Protection Act 1987
  • Equal Pay Act 1972
  • Health and Safety at Work Act 2015
  • Human Rights Act 1993
  • Privacy Act 1993
  • Protected Disclosures Act 2000
  • Accident Compensation Act 2001
  • State Sector Act 1988
  • Machinery Act 1950
  • Shop Trading Hours Act Repeal Act 1990
  • Remuneration Authority Act 1977
  • WorkSafe New Zealand Act 2013
  • Union Representatives Education Leave Act Repeal Act 1992
  • Labour Department Act Repeal Act 1989
  • Volunteers Employment Protection Act 1973
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