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May Payroll Update

May 19, 2022
Matariki Public HolidayThe first public holiday to celebrate Matariki will be on Friday 24 June 2022.Refer here. ATTENTION: Farming Employers Are my Employment Agreements up to date for all employees?Refer here and here. Are my New Employee forms current?- Tax Deduction...
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Minimum Wage Increase of 6%On the 1 April 2022 the minimum wage will increase to $21.20 per hour. This rate applies to all employees 16 years and over. The starting-out and training hourly minimum wage rates will increase to $16.96 per hour, remaining at 80% of the adult min...
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This is a great reminder for anyone meeting dairy industry clients over the coming months to make sure that they are compliant with their minimum standards of employment and tenancy. Labour Inspectorate & Tenancy Compliance Investigations team are currently visiting farms ar...
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Payroll Update

October 26, 2021
Business Shutdown – Leave Management Plan: Have you worked out your team’s Leave Management Plan? If your business traditionally shuts down over the festive season you need to plan closing and opening days, check if anyone needs to work during the closedown, get you...
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With recent legislation changes employers are required to review and update your employment agreements for the increased Sick leave, and the Bereavement leave extension to include miscarriages and stillbirths.If you need HR assistance, please call the Accounted4 payroll team...
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Keeping accurate records

July 20, 2021
As an employer, you must keep wage and time, and holidays and leave records that comply with the Employment Relations Act 2000 and the Holidays Act 2003. In particular, you must be able to show that you’ve correctly given your employees all minimum employment entitlements ...
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Contractor vs Employee

July 13, 2021
You need to know whether you’re an employee or a contractor because your rights and responsibilities will be very different.Health and safety laws apply to employees and contractors....
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From 24 July 2021, minimum sick leave entitlements will increase from 5 days to 10 days per year. Employees will get the extra five days when they reach their next entitlement date – either after reaching 6 months’ employment or on their sick leave entitlement anniversar...
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ATTENTION: Farming Employers Are my Employment Agreements up to date for all employees?https://www.dairynz.co.nz/people/recruitment-and-onboarding/employment-agreements/https://www.fedfarm.org.nz/FFPublic/Store/StoreLayouts/Store_Home.aspxAre my New Employee forms current? &...
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The payroll solution for successful businesses – special offer from Accounted4 Editorial provided by iPayroll NZ It is important to use a trusted, proven system that suits your business needs and makes life easier. iPayroll is a proven cloud-based payroll solution develope...
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