Holidays Act Headaches
|8 August||12.00pm - 1.00pm||Liz Coats||Registration closed|
The Holidays Act has caused headaches to employers and employees alike, since it was enacted. However, recent revelations of extensive non-compliance in both the public and private sectors has brought the Act back into the limelight. This webinar will focus on common areas of
non-compliance with the Act, and practical tips for resolving non-compliance once it has been uncovered. The session will include information about dealing with Labour Inspectors and recent relevant cases.
Attendees will gain a broader understanding of common payroll issues which result in
non-compliance with the Holidays Act, ideas for resolving non-compliance, and wider knowledge of the Act and how to deal with regulators.
|Presented by Liz Coats, Bell Gully|
Liz has extensive experience advising on a range of employment issues. She regularly advises employers on redundancy and restructuring issues, managing poor performance, disciplinary processes, WorkSafe investigations and restraints of trade. She also advises on health and safety and privacy matters. Liz has substantial experience in the Employment Relations Authority, Employment Court and Court of Appeal.
The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2017 identifies Liz as a next generation lawyer for employment, while Chambers Asia Pacific 2017 names Liz as an associate to watch, with clients describing her as "a good communicator and very knowledgeable in her field of expertise. She grasps problems and issues very quickly and comes up with practical solutions."
In 2016, Liz was appointed to the Employment Law Committee by the Council of the Auckland District Law Society.
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|$45.00 +GST per person*||$65.00 +GST per person*||Registration closed|
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