Comply with domestic violence legislation to reduce legal risks and effects of domestic violence in your workplace.
The Domestic Violence - Victims Protection Act 2018 will come into force on 1 April 2019. The Act provides workplace reforms to improve legal protection for victims of family violence.
The Act sets out ways employers can provide help to employees affected by domestic violence.
Introducing new obligations to employers, the new legislation will amend the Holidays Act 2003, the Employment Relations Act 2000 and the Human Rights Act 1993.
Are you prepared for this new legislation in your workplace?
Join us for a practical webinar on how to meet employer obligations under the Domestic Violence – Victims’ Protection Act 2018.
In our webinar, find out how to provide paid leave and flexible working arrangements.
Discover how to apply best practice to reduce the effects of domestic violence in your workplace.
Attendees will find out how to manage employer obligations under the Domestic Violence – Victims’ Protection Act, including:
Attendees will find out how to apply best practice to reduce the effects of domestic violence at work, including through staff policies
27 March 2019
Business owners, Human Resource professionals, Payroll, Lawyers, CEOs, and Managers in any industry.
This webinar is designed for those who manage staff, or administer or advise on holidays and leave, flexible working arrangements, and payroll.
Julia Shallcrass, Director, KiwiBoss
1.25 CPD Hours