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2019 Publications

13 February 2019

KiwiBuild had been a key pillar of Labour's policy platform but the programme has hit turbulence.

Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment chief executive Carolyn Tremain proclaimed that the arrival of Stephen Barclay as chief executive of KiwiBuild was a significant appointment. He was previously headed the San Francisco's Americas Cup event, and even more recently held a senior role in the Ministry of Health. More ...

30 January 2019

The way people work has changed radically since the Industrial Revolution.

Changes in working patterns lead to legislative changes in order to keep up with the times.

Last week it was reported the National Party had leaked the Working Group on Fair Pay Agreements' recommendations. Fair Pay Agreements would set minimum pay and conditions for select industries. If the recommendations do result in legislative change they will be likely to mostly affect casual and low-paid workers. More ...

16 January 2019

Courtenay Central, which houses Reading Cinemas and other retail outlets, was abruptly closed on January 5.

Wellingtonians are becoming used to buildings being closed because they pose an earthquake risk. A number of other buildings around the city are yellow stickered, which means there is a risk and they must be strengthened. More ...

Cullen - The Employment Law Firm was one of the first eleven law firms in New Zealand approved to provide employment law services to Government and the public sector.

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