To assist with your employment paperwork, we have compiled the following useful links to save you time.
In the Warehousing and Manufacturing sectors there is also a lot of important Health & Safety information you need review before starting to ensure you keep yourself and co-workers safe and most importantly, going home to your family at days end.
This provides access to information and interactive services like calculators and returns, so you can learn about, understand and easily manage your tax obligations and entitlements.
The Department of Labour provides best practice information and guidance to assist New Zealand businesses with health and safety in the workplace. The Department of Labour also inspects workplaces to check on safety and health arrangements, investigates accidents at work, and makes sure employers and employees comply with health and safety legislation."
This provides guides and information on how to apply for residence or a work permit for those wishing to live and work in New Zealand. It also provides guidance to employers looking to employ foreign nationals.
Site Safe target Health and Safety with the specific aim of reducing construction site injuries and deaths. Working with you to make your site safe.
Work and Income is a service of the Ministry of Social Development. Work and Income administers a number of benefits, grants and superannuation on behalf of the Government. Income support is provided to people who require temporary assistance, or additional income to supplement their earnings. Employers can also access a range of services and grants to assist them in finding, training and supporting staff through work experience and wage subsidies.
KiwiSaver is a government initiative involving employers, KiwiSaver scheme providers and several government agencies. It’s open to all New Zealand citizens and people entitled to be in New Zealand indefinitely, aged up to 65. This site outlines the options available to you. For more information and helpful online tools visit the website Sorted.org.
This website provides resources and guidelines for obtaining an Liquor Control Qualification (LCQ) and Duty Managers Certificate. Qualifications you will require to manage a liquor license, restaurant or event bar.