Northland petrol station to pay $28,500 for underpaying workers
A Northland petrol station is to pay $28,500 for committing serious breaches of employment law, following a Labour Inspectorate Investigation.
Auckland courier to pay $63,621.02 for serious employment law breaches
An Auckland courier must pay $63,621.02 after a Labour Inspectorate investigation found DK Transport Limited to have breached the rights of 15 migrant workers.
Vineyard labour contractor to pay $73,081.70 for employment law breaches
A viticulture labour contracting business has been ordered to pay $73,081.70 in penalties and arrears for breaching employment law following a Labour Inspectorate investigation.
Changes to parental leave payments
A few changes to parental leave take effect from 1 June this year.
Auckland grocer penalised $12,000 for attempt to exploit migrant worker
An Auckland grocer has been penalised $12,000 by the Employment Relations Authority (ERA) after a Labour Inspectorate investigation uncovered attempts to charge a migrant worker a premium
Do’s and don’ts of assisting migrants with immigration help
The Immigration Advisers Authority is responsible for protecting people who receive New Zealand immigration advice by licensing immigration advisers.
South Auckland auto valet to pay $241,451.66 for employment law breaches
An auto valet in South Auckland has been ordered to pay $241,451.66 in penalties and arrears after a Labour Inspectorate investigation found serious breaches of employment law.
Travel Agents warned not to risk unlawful immigration advice
The New Zealand Immigration Advisers Authority (IAA) has launched a campaign to inform South African travel agents about what immigration assistance they can legally provide their clients.
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New online tool takes the ‘work’ out of writing workplace policies
Business.govt.nz and Employment New Zealand have launched a new online tool to make it easy for employers to create workplace policies tailored to suit the needs of their business.