Discover comprehensive coverage of New Zealand's construction law landscape in LexisNexis's commentary, authored by two leading construction lawyers.
Explore the application of the law of contract and law of torts, statutory controls, contracts for professional services, construction contracts, subcontracts, supply contracts and dispute resolution.
Mazengarb's Employment Law
Employment law is subject to rapid and constant change and remains a major tool for economic and political policy. Although the Employment Relations Act 2000 is the primary Act governing employment relations, employment law is impacted by diverse areas of law. Mazengarb's Employment Law provides detailed analysis that gives employment law practitioners quick and easy access to the latest and most relevant cases, legislation and practical guidelines.
The publication provides comprehensive coverage of a wide range of topics relevant to employment law and practice, including: minimum code, wages, discrimination, good faith bargaining, health and safety, practice and procedure, privacy and accident compensation.
Authors & Editors
Authors: John Hughes, Mo Al Obaidi, Gordon Anderson, Bernard Banks, Judy Brown, Liz Coats, Avalon Kent, Michael Leggat, Simon Schofield
Practitioners who need to find their way around all employment legislation, Judges, law libraries, employment advocates, employee and employer representative groups
Six-volume looseleaf, online, Lexis Red
Frequent updates per year
Mazengarb's Employment Law
31 May 2023 07:02
Personal grievances are the largest category of disputes between employer and employee and account for a substantial amount of the enquiries made to employment law practitioners. Personal Grievances provides a concise and practical guide to the area of personal grievances.
The Employment Law Bulletin keeps you up to date with the latest developments in employment law and is a must for any practitioner or professional dealing with employment law issues. The Bulletin is highly regarded among practitioners and stakeholders in the employment field, including the Courts. Each issue contains articles giving expert practical analysis on the most current and relevant issues in employment law, as well as case notes on key employment decisions.
Privacy law is an area of law that is of increasing importance and public awareness. It is a core area in practice with relevance in most settings: government, community groups, companies, etc. Privacy Law and Practice provides in-depth section by section commentary to the Privacy Act 2020, as well as specialist content for various sectors, including banking and finance, business and administration, education, employment, health and disability services, and law enforcement. The publication is an invaluable resource for any organisation that deals with personal information and any lawyer who advises such clients.
The New Zealand Employment Law Reports is a specialist law report series that focuses on employment law. It includes cases that relate to the common law rights and obligations of employees and employers; classification of employment relationships; freedom of association, the negotiation and operation of individual employment agreements and collective agreements, industrial action, personal grievances, and wages; the role of the employment institutions; human rights law covering discrimination and harassment in the workplace; health and safety law; and work-related accident compensation issues.