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Dunedin pair to pay $11,500 for breaching employment law

Two Dunedin restaurant employers have been ordered to pay $11,500 by the Employment Relations Authority (ERA).

Following a Labour Inspectorate investigation, Hai Ung and Vuochhuor Ung, who operate the South Dunedin Curry House, have been penalised for failing to keep accurate wage, time and leave records.

Clubs New Zealand 2019 Conference, AGM + EXPO - Get ready to Register

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Next week registrations for the 2019 Conference, AGM & EXPO will open. As in previous years all clubs will receive an email with your club’s unique link to register for conference. Below you will find important information about the Conference, AGM + EXPO as well as details of some key changes that you will need to be aware of before registering.

Get compliant with NZOHS

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NZOHS are here to help clubs navigate the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 with their fully compliant, fully functioning, systemised, Occupation Health and Safety (OHS) Management System that puts you in control as PCBU.  Clubs New Zealand is excited to partner with NZOHS to help clubs access a complete Health and Safety System at special club pricing.

NZOHS is a privately owned company that has been operating for over 10 years.  The NZOHS Team of qualified, experienced professionals can provide assistance to your club.

Employment Relations Amendment Act passes third reading

The Employment Relations Amendment Act passed its third reading last night. The Government says it will restore "a better workplace relations framework for New Zealand workers".

"The Act restores many of the conditions that existed during the previous Labour-led Government, at time when the economy enjoyed record-low unemployment and unprecedented economic growth," said Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Iain Lees-Galloway.