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Employees become entitled to annual holidays, public holidays, sick leave, bereavement leave, parental leave and other types of leave as long as they meet certain conditions.
Clear workplace policies and procedures support employment agreements and mean everyone knows how things are meant to be done. This section provides help in some key areas.
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There are several ways in which employment relationships may be ended, such as resignation, retirement, dismissal or redundancy.
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Fill out this form if you believe your employer is receiving the Wage Subsidy Scheme or Leave Support Scheme but not meeting the conditions they agreed to.
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What type of employee are you (before Alert Level 4)? *
NOTE: Working 20 hours or more equals full time employment and working 20 hours or less equals part time employment.
If you don’t know the business name of your employer you can look them up now using one of the below websites.
New Zealand Business Number (NZBN)Ministry of Social Development (MSD)Companies Office
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