COVID-19 and Labour Law: New Zealand
Keywords:Covid-19, Labour Law, Lock-down, Four-level alert system, Wage subsidy, Business loans
The New Zealand Government closed the borders and introduced a strict national lockdown relatively early in the spread of the disease. While so far successful in preventing a large-scale outbreak, there are significant economic consequences. A range of measures have been introduced to support businesses and workers during the lockdown and stimulate the economy following, including wage subsidies, interest-free small business loans and local infrastructure job-creation projects.
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