HR  Best Practice - Checkpoint

HR Best Practice - Checkpoint

Louisa Clery


Price: POA + GST

Date: 01/05/2013

Code: 41413609

Checkpoint NZ, NEW ZEALAND

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HR Best Practice - Checkpoint

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Effective human resources management is essential to the long term development of any organisation. An organisation must attract and keep the best people, while encouraging the maximum participation and contribution of its employees. HR Best Practice provides practical methods for dealing with basic operational issues, and provides guidelines on how to build productive employment relationships and be a fair and reasonable employer in compliance with the law.

A “Recent Developments” section provides a quick means of getting updated with new and proposed legislation and important decisions from the courts.

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For pricing, to order Checkpoint products and services or discuss trial options, please contact a Thomson Reuters Tax & Accounting Account Manager or our Customer Care Team at or 0800 785 483.

Table of Contents

Recent Developments

Human Resources Management

  • Managing human resources responsibilities.

Business Issues

  • Policies; Business protection.

Remuneration and Payroll

  • Salary statistics; Equal pay; Minimum pay rates; Deductions from pay; Overpayments and underpayments; Expenses and allowances; Remuneration and benefits policies; Final pay; Superannuation.


  • Annual leave; Public holidays; Sick leave; Bereavement leave; Holiday and leave record; Parental leave; Accident leave; Other leave; Absenteeism.

Recruitment and Promotion

  • Hiring; Finding candidates; Selection; Making an offer; Unsuccessful applicants; Promotion.

Health and Safety and ACC

  • Health and safety; Smoking at work; Accident compensation.

Work Culture

  • Treaty of Waitangi; Discrimination; Harassment; Working time; Employee issues.

Personal Development

  • Induction training; Performance appraisal; Training and development; Career development; Mentoring.

Discipline and Dismissal

  • Disciplining and dismissing employees; Misconduct; Non-performance; Suspension; Reviewing disciplinary action; Resignation; Injured workers; Redundancy; Personal grievances; Retirement; Sample termination policies.

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.
For pricing for government departments and authorities and multiple users please call 0800 785 483.