Law & Regulation

ROBERT OWEN: On Payroll Compliance for SMEs

Robert Owen
Fri, 03 Jul 2020

Robert Owen
Fri, 03 Jul 2020
With Australian company MYOB notifying small businesses recently of problems with how its New Zealand payroll products calculate employee leave, the Holidays Act compliance nightmare is no longer just a problem for large employers.Widespread reporting of Holidays Act remediation payments has hit the news recently, with large organisations and government agencies paying out millions of dollars to cover employee holiday underpayments.However, these problems have never been exclusive to large companies - they’ve just been the ones in the spo...

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