Employment

For some time, the courts have been expanding the net for personal liability of directors for breaches of employment law. This is particularly relevant to situations of underpayment of wages or awards made in favour of employees due to breaches of the Employment Relations Act (ERA). One issue that has […] Read More›

There have been a multitude of issues that have arisen as a result of COVID-19 for businesses and employees. One aspect that is now becoming relevant is the question of whether or not an employer can require an employee to be vaccinated for COVID-19 as a condition of employment. There […] Read More›

Extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures right? Sure. So long as you’re not talking about employment and employment law. Last time we all found ourselves locked-down in alert level 4, Farry Law explained that employment law was unchanged by COVID-19, and by the Government’s wage subsidy. A heartbeat or two […] Read More›

3 days you’ve been coming into the office and getting on with running your business. 3 days your employee has been off work. 3 days you’ve been waiting for them to get in touch and let you know what’s happening. 3 days they’ve not got in touch to let you […] Read More›