Employment Court

COVID-19 Protection Framework: Courts update - Employment Court COVID-19 Protocol 3 December 2021

Employment Court COVID-19 Protocol 6 September 2021

Christmas hours and emergency contacts

Employment Court cases scheduled for 6 December – 10 December 2021

Cross-Alert Level Boundary Travel (Information for Participants) dated 15 October 2021

Chief Justice media statement dated 6 September 2021

Guidance on remote participation in Court has been updated. Please see the Guideline for appearing by audio-visual link including in Virtual Hearings , Summary of Guidelines for a Witness giving evidence by audio-visual link including in Virtual Hearings and Guidelines for Remote Viewing of Hearings

E ngā mana, e ngā reo, e ngā waka, e ngā hau e whā o te motu, nau mai, piki mai, haere mai, haere mai ki te Kōti Take Mahi.

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The Employment Court hears and determines cases relating to employment disputes. These include challenges to determinations of the Employment Relations Authority, questions of interpretation of law, and disputes over strikes and lockouts.

This site does not contain legal advice. The information does not necessarily apply to every case, and is subject to the relevant provisions in the Employment Relations Act 2000, the Employment Court Regulations 2000, and practice directions issued by the judges. Some of these sources are referred to on this website. If you want to know more about your employment rights or have an employment relationship problem please go to Employment New Zealand

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