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New Zealand: Availability Provisions

In August the Employment Court released its first decision on so-called ‘availability provisions’, whereby an employee must be on standby to work any hours the employer requires them to work, but on the other hand, they can only work if the employer gives them work to do. This arrangement is common in ‘zero-hours contracts’ and section 67D of the Employment Relations Act 2000 was introduced by Parliament to curb this practice. The case at hand involved the interpretation of this provision by the Court. Ganzen Artikel lesen