9th December 2020
On 17 August 2020, the government announced a new Wage Subsidy Scheme and changes to the current Leave Support Scheme for businesses in light of the... Read More
10th August 2020
Last Friday saw some of our team members dress to the nines in their evening gowns and bow ties to attend the New Zealand Law Society’s Southland... Read More
30th September 2020
Despite an employment relationship being between two parties, in some circumstances a “triangular employment relationship” may occur when an employee... Read More
30th September 2020
Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (‘SMEs’) selling goods and services often compete in a market where offering credit to their customers is a given... Read More
30th September 2020
From 27 July 2020 the next phase of changes for the new Employer Assisted Temporary Work Visa System will come into effect. The most significant... Read More
30th September 2020
My mother keeps telling me to get an Enduring Power of Attorney but I already have a will and I am young. What is an Enduring Power of Attorney and... Read More
30th September 2020
The New Zealand government has set a goal to plant a billion trees by 2028, what does that mean for you?   What is the one billion tree project and... Read More
8th June 2020
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30th September 2020
New Zealand is a very respectable and stable democracy with rule of law and protection of property rights at its core.  It is globally engaged and... Read More
30th September 2020
Many visa holders in Queenstown have drastically felt the effects of Covid-19 with cuts to hours and redundancies with inabilities to access the wage... Read More

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