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Lawmakers push for longer to report sexual harassment

And why, even with 90-day trials, saying ‘sling yer hook!’ to an employee is not enough for Employment Court.

LegalVision senior associate Gerard Elwell speaks with Dita De Boni.

Dita De Boni Fri, 30 Sep 2022

One of the reasons New Zealand lawmakers are considering lengthening the timeframe for reporting sexual harassment in the workplace is that the Employment Court is very rarely inclined to make exceptions to the standard 90 days.

That’s the skinny from senior associate at LegalVision, Gerard

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