How the new government will affect employment relations

How the new government will affect employment relations
Bus drivers had started talks for a Fair Pay Agreement – but are unlikely to get one. (Image: NZ Herald)
Bronwyn Heenan
With coalition talks over, we now have a new government.It has laid out its plan for its first 100 days, combining the 100-day plan National campaigned on with priorities from New Zealand First and Act. The plan includes action points that will affect employers and employees. In addition to the 100-day plan, other interesting things are in store for employment relations over the term of this government, including a new workplace relations and safety minister, Brooke van Velden.Actions over the next 100 daysFirst to go, and as campaign...

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