Employment Law 


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coolerfreezer111
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While we have a "number eight wire" mentality in New Zealand about just getting the job done ourselves, when it comes to contracts and employment law in Tauranga and beyond it's a good idea to get a professional to look at anything before it becomes legally binding - for either side. If it gets to the stage where a personal grievance is possible, or there are questions relating to unfair dismissals, or trying to have someone leave during the first ninety days, then it's important to contact a lawyer to get their advice and professional help.

There are a wide variety of issues within this area of law. If you are starting a company or expanding and will need employees, you will need to look at how you can be ready to contractually protect your company, while looking after the people working for you. This means using expert advice for matters such as holidays and parental leave. If your business is undergoing restructuring, and you may need to make redundancies, you'll need help ensuring due diligence is carried out, to prevent unfair dismissal charges being brought against you, and across the board it's a good idea to have a handle on how to deal with protection of your intellectual property.

  Friday, November 27, 2020 at 1:27:39 PM


 
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