The Employment Relations Act 2000 is the primary source of legislation that regulates the employment relationship. Minimum standards in employment, however, are found in several other statutes as well, including the Holidays Act 2003, Minimum Wage Act 1983 and Wages Protection Act 1983.
When recruiting, employers must comply with anti-discrimination laws. Potential employees should be assessed only on their skills, experience and merit rather than on the basis of personal characteristics that are unrelated to the job. Recruitment and Selection
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