Exclusive feature: New Zealand’s employment law landscape

A series of changes in employment law in New Zealand means serious ramifications for employers across the country

Exclusive feature: New Zealand’s employment law landscape

A series of changes in employment law in New Zealand means serious ramifications for employers across the country. Legislative changes enacted since 2016, and a series of controversial cases have shaken up definitions surrounding the definition of work, as well as the health and safety obligations owed by employers.

NZ Lawyer speaks to a leading expert at Anderson Lloyd to find out what it all means, and what else we can expect.

This article discusses:

  • Recent legislative changes in employment law
  • The latest case law’s effect on overtime hours
  • Possibilities going forward

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