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  • 29 May 2019
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Do you know what employee records you must keep by law?

Keeping accurate Employee Records

Almost every day there is a story in the media about an employer being fined for not keeping accurate Employee Records. guide2This is typically related to a lack of or incomplete Wage and Time Records, and/or Employment Agreements

The Employment Relations and Holidays Acts require employers to maintain wage, time, holiday and leave records for their employees.

Employee records must be made available to employees, their unions and Labour Inspectors if they ask for them.

They can be kept in electronic or paper files and must be kept for six years.

If you would like a copy of our Guide to keeping accurate Employee Records simply email guides@timehub.co.nz and we will send you copy or use the chat bubble in the right corner.