In this third and final post in our three part series on employment issues during the COVID 19 lockdown period, we once again revisit “John’s” situation and look at some of the employer obligations around the government wage subsidy.
In this second post of our three part series on employment issues during COVID 19 lockdown, we once again revisit “John’s” situation and look at some of the employer obligations around Health and Safety during this time.
We hope you are taking care of your family and yourselves in these unprecedented times. To help navigate some of the employer work issues that have arisen as a result of the COVID-19 lockdown we thought we would provide some information on employment rights and obligations that you may find useful. In this three-part series we follow one fictional character’s situation with each post separately considering three different issues, including: being made to take annual leave by an employer during lockdown;health and safety obligations of an employer for those working in essential services; andobligations of an employer who is receiving a government wage subsidy for an employee.
In part one of this two part episode, NZFreeLaw podcast speaks to litigator James Gurnick. We discuss criminal law and the New Zealand court process. We unpack what a person will go through if they are charged with a crime.