Holidays Act - Case Law and Compliance Issues 2018 - 1 November 2018 (On Demand)


Identify issues of non-compliance.
The Holidays Act legislation is so complex that it causes headaches for employers.

Recent revelations of non-compliance have brought the Holidays Act into the forefront. Until the Holidays Act Working Group Taskforce brings change, many employers are confused as to how to comply with holiday legislation.

In this webinar, find out how case law clarifies legislation. We will provide a brief overview of the Holidays Act, and provide answers to your queries:

  •  When does the method of calculating and paying holiday pay comply with the Holidays Act 2003? 
  •  When should commission and bonuses be included in holiday pay? 
  •  What are common compliance issues, and how can you manage these?


1 November 2018


Attendees will identify common and complex issues of non-compliance under the Holidays Act, with some options to manage these issues.

Attendees will become familiar with case law that clarifies provisions under the Holidays Act 2003, including when commission should be paid.


Payroll, Human Resource professionals, Lawyers, Accountants, Business owners, CEOs, and Managers in any industry. This webinar is designed for those who manage, administer or advise on Holidays Act and payroll.


Julia Shallcrass, Director, KiwiBoss




1.5 CPD Hours

  • On Demand Event
    Complete online in your own time (Self-paced)
    • $210.00 excl. GST

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