Contributed by: Kylie Dunn, Jamie Crosbie and Laura Cole
Published on: September 04, 2018
As announced earlier this year, the Government has established a taskforce to conduct a review of the Holidays Act 2003. The taskforce has now released an issues paper for public consultation to identify the issues that the taskforce will attempt to resolve as part of its review.
Some of the key issues identified in the paper include:
For further detail on these issues and others identified by the taskforce, the full issues paper is available here. The taskforce is now accepting submissions from the public in order to identify any other issues which have not been raised in this paper. Submissions are open until 12 October 2018.
Russell McVeagh is preparing a submission to the taskforce detailing some of the issues we experience in advising on the Holidays Act. Please feel free to get in touch with a member of the team if you would like to feed anything in to our submission.
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