MBIE cracks down on Tasman pack houses that breach employment laws

MBIE cracks down on Tasman pack houses that breach employment laws

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) has taken enforcement action against six apple pack houses in the Tasman region for breaching the employment laws. The Ministry’s Labour Inspectorate, staff visited nine pack houses in March 2016 …See all stories on this topic

Apple packhouses breach employment laws

Ministry staff visited nine packhouses this month as part of a joint audit with Immigration New Zealand and Inland Revenue to check for compliance with employment, immigration and tax laws. Six of the nine packhouses had breaches identified, including …See all stories on this topic

Royal Commission into Family Violence: what you need to know

family law and civil matters. All family violence matters should be heard in specialist courts within five years. 7. Protect children: Children should have more access to counselling and other supports, and be automatically included on intervention orders …See all stories on this topic

Vic family violence recommendations – Yahoo7

Victoria should ask COAG to expand the funding of legal services in family law. – COAG should consider establishing a Medicare service for family violence. – Lobby federal attorney-general for family law reforms which address jurisdictional loopholes.See all stories on this topic

Newly Qualified Solicitor / Legal Exec sought – Essex/East London

Helen Robbins Solicitors, a niche family law practice in Leytonstone, East London, wishes to recruit a newly qualified solicitor or legal executive to undertake a variety of family work, both publicly and privately funded. There will also be the …See all stories on this topic

Which Law Schools Received The Most Applications For Fall 2015?

long-term jobs requiring bar passage for the class of 2014 (these statistics do not include school-funded positions; information for the class of 2015 is regrettably not yet available): So there you have it: people continue to shy away from law school …See all stories on this topic