Saturday, 17 July 2021

Donation to the New Zealand Legal Information Institute

 The New Zealand Labour Law Society were very happy to make a donation to the New Zealand Legal Information Institute to support the digitalisation of historical material relating to the Awards system. This project will preserve an important part of New Zealand's Industrial Relations history and provide a valuable free primary resource for researchers in the future.

Tuesday, 6 October 2020

The recording of 2 October New Zealand Labour Law Society on-line seminar is now available

On Friday 2 October 2020 the Society offered a Zoom seminar around the theme of  “Employment Law in an uncertain environment: Utopia or Dystopia?”

This was recorded and can be viewed here

 

Convener: Graeme Colgan, Barrister and former Chief Judge of the Employment Court of New Zealand

Speakers and Topics:

Professor Gordon Anderson, Law Faculty, Victoria University of Wellington "Structural Integrity- Employment Law and the Pandemic" 

John Goddard, Barrister, Lambton Chambers "Access to justice" 

Dr Andrew Dallas, Chief, Employment Relations Authority "The Authority and CoVID-19" 

Nicola Green, Massey University’s School of Management "Working from home in times of disruption and in the future: implications for workers and organisations" 

Dr Amanda Reilly and Kathleen Makale, School of Accounting and Commercial Law Victoria University of Wellington "Who pays? Employees, tax and the costs of working from home." 

 Professor Annick Masselot, School of Law, University of Canterbury "Who works and who gets paid?"

Anna Sturman and Dr Matt Scobie, University of Canterbury University Business School "Economies of Mana and horizons of change" 

Dr Dawn Duncan, Faculty of Law, University of Otago "Worker health" 

 Dr Sanna Malinen, University of Canterbury University Business School and Prof Katharina Naswall, Department of Psychology, University of Canterbury "Covid and Wellbeing" 

Peter Upson, Public Trust "Artificial Intelligence and Workplace Surveillance"

 


Tuesday, 15 September 2020

New Zealand Labour Law Society virtual seminar- Friday 2 October 3pm to 4.30pm (New Zealand time)

The New Zealand Labour Law Society is pleased to invite anyone with an interest in labour and employment law to attend an online seminar around the theme of

“Employment Law in an uncertain environment: Utopia or Dystopia?”

The seminar will be held on zoom on Friday 2 October 3pm to 4.30pm (New Zealand time) and followed by virtual drinks

Graeme Colgan, Barrister and former Chief Judge of the Employment Court will serve as convener for the seminar.

Programme  

Speakers

Title of the presentation

Professor Gordon Anderson, Law Faculty, Victoria University of Wellington

Structural Integrity- Employment Law and the Pandemic

John Goddard, Barrister, Lambton Chambers 

Access to justice

Dr Andrew Dallas, Chief, Employment Relations Authority

The Authority and CoVID-19 

Nicola Green, Massey University’s School of Management

Working from home in times of disruption and in the future: implications for workers and organisations

Dr Amanda Reilly and Kathleen Makale, School of Accounting and Commercial Law Victoria University of Wellington

 Who pays? Employees, tax and the costs of working from home.

Prof Annick Masselot, School of Law, University of Canterbury

Who works and who gets paid?

Anna Sturman and Dr Matt Scobie, University of Canterbury University Business School

Economies of Mana and horizons of change

Dr Dawn Duncan, Faculty of Law, University of Otago

Worker health

Dr Sanna Malinen, University of Canterbury University Business School and Prof Katharina Naswall, Department of Psychology, University of Canterbury

Covid and Wellbeing

Peter Upson, Public Trust

Artificial Intelligence and Workplace Surveillance

 

The seminar is free to attend but it is necessary to register in advance via this link

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

The seminar will be recorded and made available later.