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Proposed Overhaul of Employment Law Could Impact Employers
Sweeping changes to employment law by Labour could see 90 day trial periods disappearing and rest and meal breaks returning.
90 day trial periods caused a stir when they were first introduced by the National Government as they allow employers to effectively fire an employee without cause and without any process. The flipside to this is that trial periods incentivise employers to give new employees a chance in the workplace knowing that if it doesn’t work out they can dismiss them.
The Government intends to ban 90 day trial periods for businesses with more than 19 employees. This still sees ... »