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Employment Law Conference - Kei Te Mahi! - Stepping Up to 2022 & Beyond

NZ $270.00
Chair: Kathryn Dalziel
Walker Street Chambers,


Chair: Kathryn Dalziel Authors: Her Honour Chief Judge Christina Inglis, The Hon Elizabeth Raper, Philip Skelton KC, Alice Anderson, Ani Bennett, Jonathan Black, Ronni Cabraal, Greg Cain, Tim Clarke, Liz Coats, Geoff Davenport, Maria Dew KC, Kylie Dunn, Steph Dyhrberg, John Farrow, Alastair Hall, Susan Hornsby-Geluk, Sara Jamieson, Amy Keir, Mere King, Shelley Kopu, Hamish Kynaston, Stephen Langton, Ashley-Jayne (AJ) Lodge, Paul McBride, Fiona McMillan, Simon Mitchell, Phillipa Muir, Thomas Nation, Charlotte Parkhill, Simon Schofield, Gillian Service, Andrew Shaw, Dr Saunoamaali’i Karanina Sumeo, Sarah Townsend, Andrea Twaddle, Helen White, Sanja Woodhead
Published: 27 October 2022
Pages: 551


There is no introduction for this publication.

Content outline 

  • A representative in contemporary Aotearoa
  • Reinvigorating “good faith” in employment dispute resolution
  • The framework for workers: Section 6, Bryson, and beyond
  • Medical incapacity - In sickness and in health; or "til death do us part?"
  • Employment investigations - Trends, where things go wrong and where we could we be heading?
  • Restructuring and redundancy
  • Fair Pay Agreements - a massive reform of how minimum terms and conditions are set
  • Fair Pay Agreements
  • Lessons from COVID-19 and the workplace
  • Ethnic and gender pay gaps
  • "More bang for your buck": Employee remedies in 2022
  • Tikanga and Te Ao Māori
  • Resolving employment relationship matters - the devil is in the detail
  • In a tight spot: Individuals convicted as officers under HSWA
  • Employment afreements: setting the right foundation for the employment relationship
  • Jurisdiction issues arising out of the FMV v TZB case
  • Sexual harrassment complaints: understanding psychological complexities for better workplace outcomes
  • Working with mental health
  • Prima Facie Unlawful - should retraints of trade be limited to senior staff?
  • What should the law on restraint of trade look like in modern New Zealand?
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