Employment News

Tuesday 6 December 2011

Bell Gully partner authors employment chapter in international guide

Leading employment law partner Rob Towner has authored the New Zealand chapter in a recently published international guide. Read on

Related topics: Employment

Thursday 26 August 2010

Employment Bills under consideration – law changes open to submissions

Parliament is seeking views on proposed changes to the Employment Relations Act 2000 (ERA) and the Holidays Act 2003 contained in two amendment Bills released earlier this month.

Article posted by Tim Clarke, Partner | Related topics: Employment

Tuesday 1 June 2010

Redirecting work during strike action – the latest from the Supreme Court

Air Nelson succeeded in its recent appeal to the Supreme Court. By using contract engineers to carry out maintenance work during a lawful strike by maintenance engineer employees, the company did not contravene the anti-strike breaking provisions of the Employment Relations Act 2000 (the ERA) (Air Nelson Limited v The New Zealand Amalgamated Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union Incorporated). Read on

Article posted by Rob Towner, Partner | Related topics: Employment

Monday 3 May 2010

A perspective on employment in the regulatory framework

A conference focused on transforming New Zealand regulation to bring the country into line with the OECD has been held in Wellington.

Related topics: Employment

Thursday 29 April 2010

Remuneration in today’s employment environment

The Bell Gully employment team has provided useful insights into the latest legal developments impacting staff remuneration and contracts.

Related topics: Employment

Monday 1 March 2010

Chambers Global names Bell Gully New Zealand market leader

Bell Gully has again emerged as a market-leading law firm in the latest research by international legal publisher Chambers and Partners. Read on

Related topics: Corporate / Commercial, Banking and Finance, Competition, Energy, Government, Litigation, Employment, Insolvency, Technology, Climate Change, Intellectual Property, Tax


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