NZSA presents Employment Relations Act – Schedule 1A – extending Part 6A Protections to Security Officers

Due to changes to the Employment Relations Act, security staff will be deemed vulnerable employees from 1 July this year. This could have a significant impact on the industry. The NZSA is holding a webinar to discuss what it means to the security industry and what is required of employers to accommodate the change.

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Speaker
André Reynolds – Founder, [email protected] App & HR Consultant to the facilities services industry.

Topic
Strategic insights into the application of Part 6a of the Employment Relations Act (Transfer of Undertaking) or perhaps just “Part 6A: Strategic Insights” if this is a familiar term amongst the members.

On 1 July 2021 many security designations are to be included in occupations to which Part 6a applies. André will be offering insights into some of the strategic issues that emerged through the operation of this process in the commercial cleaning industry, having been exposed to this through his former role as GM People for OCS Limited and in his current work as an HR Consultant. This presentation is not a legal overview into the provisions of the Act, but rather a presentation and discussion regarding the practicalities of Part 6a, and the potential pitfalls and opportunities that these provisions may provide.

Speaker Bio
André Reynolds – Founder, [email protected] App & HR Consultant to the facilities services industry.

André’s 25-year corporate career as a human resources professional in the facilities services and hospitality industries have exposed him to the persistent business problem of labour supply – along with the reality of limited prospects of progression for entry level workers, and their daily struggle to achieve sustainable employment. The [email protected] App represents a solution to these problems, both for employers seeking lower-skilled work and for employees seeking opportunity. It has been designed by André as an initial step towards a solution to employment that offers a low employee value proposition, and to employees seeking growth through a waged career.