Employment Law - Checkpoint

Employment Law - Checkpoint

Bill Hodge, Phil Bartlett, Christopher (Kit) Toogood QC, Phillipa Muir, Ross Wilson


Price: POA + GST

Date: 01/05/2013

Code: 41413629

Checkpoint NZ, NEW ZEALAND

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Employment Law eReference


Employment Law is a comprehensive insight into New Zealand’s current employment law system. First published in 1991, it has become a respected title among employment law practitioners and in employment institutions.

The service is an annotated commentary designed to be a practical guide to the law. It is written and updated by well-regarded expert authors.

Employment Law provides in-depth coverage of the Employment Relations Act 2000 and associated regulations and case law. Other areas of employment law are also covered, including holidays, parental leave, wages, workplace health and safety, public service and police employment, education and training, unions, privacy, human rights, international instruments, and the common law relating to employment.

Analysis of legislation and case law is supplemented with appendices (including a glossary of employment terms, a sample individual employment agreement and a checklist for dismissal procedures), legislative and case tables (in the loose-leaf and ProView versions), and a subject index.

Employment Law is among the foremost resources in its area and is a must-have for any lawyer or advocate specialising in employment law. An indispensable, practical guide for lawyers, advocates, the judiciary, corporate counsel and advisors, police, academics and students.


All information is rigorously checked by our team of legally-qualified editors.


Continued consolidation of legislation and replacement of outdated commentary provides a continually up-to-date view of New Zealand employment law.


First published in 1991, it is a highly regarded legal text.


Organised around the main legislation with extensive cross-referencing.

Table of Contents


  • Employment Relations Act 2000 (including all amendments and commentary)
  • Editorials
  • Acts, Regulations, Practice Notes and Directions pertaining to institutions and courts
  • Conventions and codes, including Code of Good Faith in Collective Bargaining and International Labour Organisation conventions
  • Minimum Code (commentary) and equal pay, minimum wage, and wage protection legislation
  • Holidays Act 2003 with commentary and related legislation
  • Parental Leave and Employment Protection Act 1987 with commentary and regulations
  • Volunteers Employment Protection Act 1973
  • Public Service Act 2020 and commentary
  • Employment of teachers
  • Employment of Police (commentary), Policing Act 2008 and regulations
  • Education andTraining Act 2020
  • Incorporated Societies Act 1908 and regulations, and Trade Unions Act 1908
  • Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 with commentary, Health and Safety Regulations, and Smoke-free Environments and Regulated Products Act 1990
  • Privacy Act 2020 and regulations
  • Protected Disclosures Act 2000
  • Human Rights Act 1993 with commentary and regulations
  • Common Law (commentary)
  • Historical employment legislation
  • Appendices (including a glossary of employment terms, sample individual employment agreement and a checklist for dismissal procedures)
  • Subject index
  • Legislative and case tables (in the looseleaf and ProView versions)

Price is for a single annual subscription for firms or businesses with one practitioner.
Practitioner is defined as employed and/or self-employed professionals within New Zealand including: solicitors, self-employed barristers, HR professionals and environmental specialists, corporate counsel, accountants including CPAs and CAs and registered tax agents and financial planners.
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