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What to Say When?

‘Many of my employees have enjoyed working from home in recent months due to the Alert Level restrictions imposed on our working environment. Now some want to work from home permanently and I am struggling to justify why they can’t after 3 months of being able to do so. I also don’t want to create an influx of requests!’..What can I say in response to them?
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Alert Level 2 – Covid Testing, Payments, Work attendance

My employee won’t come to work, my employee won’t test, when do I and when don’t I need to pay my employee? Paying employees who cannot attend work because they have been advised by the Ministry of Health to stay home while waiting for COVID test results.
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Triangular Employment Relationships Explained

A triangular employment arrangement is a situation where the employer (the agency) arranges for the employee’s placement or assignment with a third party (the host organisation). It is ‘triangular’ because there are three parties to an employment arrangement, with each party having distinct relationships with one another. Changes to employment law in the past month mean a worker in these triangular situations can now claim a personal grievance against a host organisation.
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