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Department of Labour

The Department of Labour works throughout New Zealand to help people achieve high-quality working lives in thriving and inclusive communities. Our business is to understand people's working lives, and how they contribute to building strong communities and a growing, supportive economy.

http://www.dol.govt.nz

Employment Relations Service

The Employment Relations Service is one of five Service units of the Department of Labour. We promote and support fair and productive employment relationships. Our mission is: "Excellent employment relationships - a fact of working life."

https://www.employment.govt.nz/resolving-problems/escalation-unresolved-problems/employment-relations-authority/

Holidays Act 2003

The purpose of this Act is to promote balance between work and other aspects of employees' lives and, to that end, to provide employees with minimum entitlements to - (a) annual holidays to provide the opportunity for rest and recreation, (b) public holidays for the observance of days of national, religious, or cultural significance, (c) sick leave to assist employees who are unable to attend work because they are sick or injured, or because someone who depends on the employee for care is sick or injured, (d) bereavement leave to assist employees who are unable to attend work because they have suffered a bereavement.

http://legislation.govt.nz/act/public/2003/0129/latest/DLM236387.html

New Zealand Immigration Service

The New Zealand Immigration Service (NZIS) is part of the Department of Labour, a Government department that helps people achieve high-quality working lives in thriving and inclusive communities through linking their social and economic interests. Use the following links to find out more about our role.

http://www.immigration.govt.nz/migrant/