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Insight, news and updates from Alliott NZ Chartered Accountants, Auckland New Zealand. The views expressed here are the views of the author and should be discussed in further detail should an article be relevant to your individual circumstances.

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NZ Paid parental leave

Written by Vanessa Williams on March 29th, 2021.      0 comments

dad and bub-468Now’s the time to let staff know applying for paid parental leave just got easier.

NZ’s employment law landscape set to change

Written by Vanessa Williams on November 6th, 2017.      0 comments

Flag of New Zealand-331New Zealand’s employment law landscape is now set to change and employers need to be ready to adapt.

NZ Employment Law Changes

Written by Anthony McIlroy on April 14th, 2016.      0 comments

gen x-206-669It’s important NZ employers get up to speed quickly with the changes in employment law and ensure they comply with all the requirements. 

These changes came into force 1
 April 2016.


NZ paid parental leave increases to 18 weeks

Written by Greg Millar on March 7th, 2016.      0 comments

dad and bub-468Paid parental leave in New Zealand will increase from 16 to 18 weeks in April 2016.

To be eligible for the increase, the baby must be due or born on or after 1 April 2016.

Paid parental leave maximum entitlement rate increases

Written by Alliott NZ on August 27th, 2014.      0 comments

The paid parental leave (PPL) weekly maximum entitlement rate increased from $488.17 to $504.10 (before tax) from 1 July 2014. This rate applies to employees and self-employed workers who are entitled to receive the maximum PPL rate.