Article by: David Jenkins, NZPPA CEO In the terms of reference for the recently announced review of the Holidays Act, the Minister states that payroll providers and other private sector organisations will be involved “in the design and testing of options” on making the Holidays Act workable. On the face of it this looks like
From the 1 April 2019 New Zealand will have another leave type called Domestic Violence leave. An employee that is eligible will be able to get up to 10 days domestic violence leave. It will become an act once signed off by the Governor General and a range of current legislation will be amended with
Dear Mr Lees-Galloway THE NONSENSE HAS TO STOP My apologies for the dramatic heading to my letter. It is just an expression of the frustration and annoyance that I feel regarding the lack of patience and goodwill being shown by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) in dealing with Holiday Pay compliance issues.
IRD has released an Operational Statement that replaces Operation Statement OS 09/01 Commissioner’s statement on use of a kilometre rate for expenditure incurred for business use of a motor vehicle, issued in May 2009. This Statement explains how the kilometre rates are to be applied and also sets the rates for the current year. This Statement is
Commissioner’s statement on using a kilometre rate for business running of a motor vehicle.