What Giving Ten Days Sick Leave Means for Payroll

What Giving Ten Days Sick Leave Means for Payroll

    WHAT GIVING TEN DAYS SICK LEAVE MEANS FOR PAYROLL Author: David Jenkins, NZPPA CEO The government has introduced the Holidays (Increasing Sick Leave) Amendment Bill and has stated it will go through the full select committee process before becoming law...
What Giving Ten Days Sick Leave Means for Payroll

Increasing the minimum Sick Leave Entitlement

  [MBIE] INCREASING THE MINIMUM SICK LEAVE ENTITLEMENT A Bill to increase employees’ minimum entitlement to sick leave from five days to 10 days per year will be introduced to Parliament. About the proposed changes Under the Holidays Act 2003, employees are...
What Giving Ten Days Sick Leave Means for Payroll

Transferring a Public Holiday by Agreement

  [EMPLOYMENTNZ] TRANSFERRING A PUBLIC HOLIDAY BY AGREEMENT An employer and employee may agree that an entire public holiday will be observed on another day for the employee. Transferring part of a public holiday Employees working shifts that span two days can...
What Giving Ten Days Sick Leave Means for Payroll

Planning the Perfect Christmas Party

[EMPLOYMENTNZ] PLANNING THE PERFECT CHRISTMAS PARTY We’re not party planners, but these tips can help you arrange a Christmas party that is safe and enjoyable for everyone. Christmas parties are a good way for staff to unwind and to celebrate the achievements of the...
What Giving Ten Days Sick Leave Means for Payroll

Rest and Meal Breaks

[EMPLOYMENTNZ] REST AND MEAL BREAKS Employees must have paid rest and unpaid meal breaks. The number and duration will depend on the hours worked. Rest breaks benefit workplaces by helping employees work safely and productively. Employees are entitled to paid rest and...