Employment law reform appears to be in the wind. Possibly not yet a full Wellington gale but at least a small zephyr was created by the Prime Minister's speech at the CTU conference on 21 October. John Key, spoke of possible reforms to New Zealand employment law including "the potential abuse and costly nature of personal grievances processes."
The Prime Minister's speech can be viewed at:
Employment law matters affect all New Zealanders and reforms should be debated. This blog has been created as a vehicle for such a debate. Contributions will be invited from a range of commentators with a range of views and (moderated) comments will be welcome.
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