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Industrial Relations - Holidays Act

ACT The Liberal Party Rodney Hide

Gut legislation that impose the greatest level of compliance costs on business, including the Holidays Act

Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand Sue Bradford

Bring forward the introduction of four weeks annual leave a year and investigate moving to five weeks

New Zealand Labour Party Hon Trevor Mallard

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Maori Party Dr Pita Sharples  
National Party of New Zealand Kate Wilkinson

Overhaul the Holidays Act
Change the definition of “relevant daily pay” to ensure it does not pay more to be sick than to work
Reduce compliance costs to employers, and in particular deal with the problems around statutory holidays.
Allow the fourth week of annual leave to be worked and paid for by mutual agreement of employees and employers.
Amend employment laws, including the Holidays Act, to encourage employment and cut compliance costs for the thousands of small to medium-size businesses involved in the [tourism] industry

New Zealand First Peter Brown

Review the Holidays Act to ensure fairness and flexibility and to ensure four weeks annual leave is locked in

Progressive Coalition Hon Jim Anderton  
United Future New Zealand Hon Peter Dunne

Amend the Holidays Act to allow fairness and flexibility for both employers and employees

You can find the policy positions of more parties by checking these websites.
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