Tool simplifies employment agreement process
An online tool developed by Business.govt.nz one year ago has resulted in the completion of more than 100,000 employment agreements.
The Employment Agreement Builder enables users to create employment agreements that are tailored to meet the needs of their business.
“Accessible online, mobile friendly and with the ability to save users progress, this tool adds up to more time for business owners to work on their business and less time on compliance,” said Small Business Minister Jacqui Dean.
Since the tool was refreshed, 127,671 people have visited the site to create employment agreements and learn about their rights and responsibilities, with the tool receiving a 95% positive feedback rating.
“An employment agreement is the foundation of a good employment relationship, clearly setting out expectations for both employers and employees, and helping to avoid disputes.
“With the Employment Agreement Builder and other Business.govt.nz tools such as the Workplace Policy Builder, we are making it easier for businesses to create positive and productive workplaces,” said Dean.
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