Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA) Northern - Employment Relations Bill Workshop - Auckland

Employment Relations Bill Workshop - Auckland

Your chance to shape workplace law
Employment relations law is undergoing some profound changes and it's vital you understand what this means for your business and how it will impact your workplace.

This workshop will explore in detail the impact of the proposed employment law changes proposed in the Employment Relations Amendment Bill in plain English.

The Labour-led coalition campaigned on a return to more collective bargaining, more union rights and functions and enhanced rights and wages for workers. Employers need to hear and understand what this means for them.

You will also receive guidance on how to draft a submission on the bill as it's vital your business needs are considered in this process.

Submissions close on March 30 and the bill is expected to progress into law by the middle of this year so you need to act now.

From this workshop you will walk away with:

  • A clear understanding of the bill, clause by clause, and what this means
  • Ability to write your workplace submission
  • An easy to use submission template

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