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Can employers force workers to wear masks?

One case heard recently suggests no, if there a reasonable alternative – but it may all be a moot point soon anyhow.

Jennifer Mills & Associates director and head of practice Jennifer Mills speaks with Dita De Boni

Dita De Boni Fri, 09 Sep 2022

Just days out from the government deciding on whether it will scrap the traffic light system, remaining Covid-19 rules and as a part of all that, mask mandates, comes a case that is a New Zealand-first about compulsory mask use in the workplace. 

Auckland’s Jennifer Mills, director and head of

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