Important NZ employment
law updates

After a tumultuous 2020, many employers are focused on keeping their businesses running and their heads above water. Staying on top of the latest employment law developments probably isn’t at the top of the list, but it’s as important as ever. We want to make it easier for NZ employers to navigate the news, so we’ve partnered with employment law experts from Martelli McKegg to help you understand recent updates.

Join Ben Thompson, CEO and co-founder at Employment Hero, as he sits down with Martelli McKegg’s Senior Associate, Claire Mansell and Solicitor, Aimee Elia. Your expert panel will cover off important NZ employment law updates and answer any questions you have live.

What will be discussed:

  • Minimum wage changes
  • Changes to leave entitlements
  • Industry specific fair pay agreements
  • Plus, a live Q&A to conclude the session

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Your expert panel.

 Ben Thompson

Ben Thompson is the CEO and founder of Employment Hero. He is an employment lawyer, a businesses owner and has well over 20 years experience in the Australian employment landscape. A self confessed geek, Ben has boundless curiosity, enthusiasm and ambition. He thrives on creating innovative solutions, industry firsts and disruptive offerings that redefine markets.

 Claire Mansell

Claire is a senior associate in Martelli McKegg’s litigation team and specialises in employment law. She represents and advises both employers and employees on a range of employment issues.
Claire has appeared in court at all levels, including the Employment Relations Authority, Employment Court, the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeal.

 Aimee Elia

Aimee is a solicitor in Martelli McKegg’s litigation team and provides litigation services and advice on a range of commercial matters.
Aimee has a particular focus on employment and construction law. Aimee works alongside Claire Mansell providing advice to employers on a range of matters including redundancies, personal grievances, dismissals and compliance issues.