Auckland restaurants to pay nearly $200,000 for employment breaches
A Labour Inspectorate investigation has uncovered employment breaches in a series of connected Asian restaurants in Auckland, who now must pay nearly $200,000.
Chinese newspaper to pay more than $140,000 for employment breaches
A prominent Chinese New Zealand newspaper must pay more than $140,000 for employment breaches following a Labour Inspectorate investigation.
Inspectorate warns businesses that poor assurances can endanger brands
The Labour Inspectorate is calling for large brands and franchisors to take a stronger hand in ensuring those at the bottom of their supply chain receive what they’re owed.
Mental wellbeing at work - toolkit launched
On 10th of October, World Mental Health Day, the Mental Health Foundation and Health Promotion Agency launched a toolkit to support workplaces to boost wellbeing and create flourishing teams.
Dumpling supplier to pay more than $15,000 for employment breaches
A dumpling supplier in Christchurch has been ordered to pay more than $15,000 by the Employment Relations Authority (ERA) after a Labour Inspectorate investigation found breaches.
Construction company to pay $6000 for poor employment records
A construction company in Auckland has been penalised $6000 by the Employment Relations Authority (ERA) after a Labour Inspectorate investigation found breaches of record keeping.
Updated Holidays Act 2003 guidance now available
If you’re struggling to figure out and calculate certain aspects of the Holidays Act 2003 (the Act), new easy-to-use tools on www.employment.govt.nz might be of help.
Have your say in simplifying ACC levy classifications
ACC are keen to hear from you on what you think would work well.
Auckland café to pay over $30,000 for employment breaches
The Page Corner Café that operated in Kingsland, Auckland must pay $30,405.06 after a Labour Inspectorate investigation uncovered a series of breaches of two migrant workers' basic employment rights.
2 Cheap Cars Limited to pay upwards of $320,000 for employment breaches
Second hand car dealer 2 Cheap Cars Limited has been ordered to pay a $70,000 penalty, and is estimated to be liable for upwards of $250,000 in arrears, following a Labour Inspectorate investigation.