Pay Equity for Work of Equal Value

A new law has come into force that allows employees to raise a pay equity claim. Most people don’t want to take their employer to Court if they don’t have to. The amendment to the Equal Pay Act 1972 provides a new process to raise claims and negotiate in good faith with the employer, as well as access to mediation and resolution services.

COVID-19 has highlighted the many workers who do important work but who are not well or fairly paid for it. So far settlement claims have seen pay increases of up to 30 percent for claimants.

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John Flaus - Lawyer and Artist

Director John Flaus is an accomplished artist and if you come to our Invercargill office, you will see examples of his work on our walls. If you’re passing through Athol in Southland, take time to call in to the Athol Gallery where a number of his watercolour paintings, showcasing the beautiful Southland and Otago landscapes, are exhibited.