Employment law changes are underway and that will effect business owners, directors, managers, and anyone else who needs to know about legal issues in the workplace.
The legal firm Lane Neave is holding a seminar for West Coast employers on Friday the 22nd of November from 10:30am - midday.
Employment lawyer and a partner at Lane Neave, Andrew Shaw, will deliver a seminar focusing on relevant recent cases to bring workplaces up to speed with changes to employment and privacy regulations.
Andrew will also cover the most significant changes to New Zealand Privacy Law and explain how they may affect employers.
These will cover topics like lessons from recent case law, how to manage complaints, staying compliant, understanding the legal risks affecting employers, case law trends and what changes are coming in 2020, privacy law, proposed obligations for managing personal information, and the privacy commissioner’s proposed new enforcement powers.
Date: Friday, 22nd November, 2019
Time: 10:30am - midday
Location: 112 Waterwalk Road, Blaketown, Greymouth (St Johns)
The seminar is free, but places are limited so early registrations are required. Please contact Lane Neave to confirm your attendance of the event. This can be done by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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