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Employment Relations Authority

PM denies breaking word over unions' access to workplace

PM denies breaking word over unions' access to workplace
Wellington, July 26 NZPA - Prime Minister John Key denies breaking his word with the Council of Trade Unions over labour law changes.

Unions continue to voice anger over labour law changes

Unions continue to voice anger over labour law changes
Wellington, July 26 NZPA - Unions continue to voice strong opposition to sweeping new labour laws announced by the Government, saying the move is attack on workers' rights.

Plunket to face The Nation

Plunket to face The Nation
Wellington, July 22 NZPA - Departing Radio New Zealand journalist Sean Plunket is to front The Nation, a political show on TV3. Plunket recently resigned his co-host role on Radio New Zealand's Morning Report. He will start with The Nation on August 7.

PM says labour law changes "moderate"

PM says labour law changes "moderate"
Wellington, July 19 NZPA - Sweeping changes to labour laws were "moderate", Prime Minister John Key says as unions, the Labour and Green parties and others say workers will lose rights.

Union fury over employment law changes

Union fury over employment law changes
NZPA political reporters Wellington, July 19 NZPA - The Government's employment law changes have provoked furious criticism from unions and the Labour Party.

Polarised views on labour law changes

Polarised views on labour law changes
Wellington, July 18 NZPA - The Government is attacking Kiwi workers' conditions and wages, unions and the Labour Party say after Prime Minister John Key announced extensive labour law changes.

Employment law changes announced today

Employment law changes announced today
Auckland, July 18, NZPA - The employment law changes announced today are: * The 90-day trial period for new employees will be extended to cover all employers. It was introduced in 2008 for businesses with 19 or fewer workers and the Government says it has been a success.

Employment law changes get mixed reception

Employment law changes get mixed reception
By Peter Wilson of NZPA Auckland, July 18 NZPA - Around 500 trade unionists banged drums and bellowed protests outside the National Party's annual conference today while inside it delegates cheered Prime Minister John Key as he announced sweeping changes to employment law.

Customs worker who suffered after tsunami wins at ERA

Customs worker who suffered after tsunami wins at ERA
Wellington, July 7 NZPA - Customs must develop policies to help staff whose mental health is risked by their work, states an Employment Relations Authority (ERA) decision that awarded a worker more than $245,000.

New ERA members appointed

New ERA members appointed
Wellington, May 12 NZPA - Three new Employment Relations Authority appointments were announced today by Labour Minister Kate Wilkinson.

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