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Did you Know?…

Reference checking, whether conducting them yourself or offering to be a referee for an ex employee, can sometimes be tricky to ensure it is without risk. To understand the guidelines around reference checks, read more...
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What to say When?

When an employee leaves your business, for whatever reason, it is important to explain or communicate to the remaining staff in a professional way. Here are some examples...2 minute read
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Overpaid Employee Ordered to Repay Employer

The Employment Relations Authority (ERA) has found that an employee of Noel Leeming Group had been overpaid while they were on ACC-funded leave and ordered the employee to repay the overpayment. The employee, Michael Saunders, had been employed since late 2017.  In December 2018 he suffered a non-work accident and was then off work until 21 March 2019.
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