Articles by John Rowe
We have included some useful information from the Dept. of Labour,especially applicable to employers over the Christmas and New Year Period.
You will find links to relevant guidelines and legislation below. So, what are the rules for the Christmas and New Year public holidays this year?
This year Christmas Day and New Year’s Day fall on a Friday, and Boxing Day and 2 January fall on a Saturday.
There are no special rules for Christmas Day or New Year’s Day this year; these public holidays are observed on the days they fall. Special rules will apply to Boxing Day and 2 January because they fall on a Saturday.
For employees who normally work on a Saturday, Boxing Day and 2 January are observed on that day. For employees who normally do not work on a Saturday, Boxing Day and 2 January are transferred to the following Monday (28 December 2009 and 4 January 2010), if Monday would be a normal working day for the employee.
Use the DOL's Holidays Online Tool to work out entitlements for public holidays.
View more information on public holiday at the following links
Time and a Half for Time Worked
Calculating Payment for Public Holidays – "Relevant Daily Pay"
Alternative Holidays (Days in Lieu)
Working on a Public Holiday
Shop opening hours
Entitlements for Employees Working Shifts or On Call
Entitlements for employees working shifts that cross midnight
For information on annual leave visit www.ers.dol.govt.nz/holidaysor contact GRA.
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