Draft copy of the NARGON Bill on the Minimum Wage (Starting-out Wage) Amendment Bill.
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NARGON recommends that: That the bill proceed.
Attached is the NARGON Draft Submission for the proposal to introduce plain packaging of tobacco products in New Zealand.
NARGON primarlily agrees with the BusinessNZ Submission (Also attached) aswell as pointed out the effects for retailers should this proceed.
BusinessNZ have prepared a submission which NARGON are looking to support with further comments based on members feedback.
To mondayise ANZAC and Waitangi Day.
Main issue for stores when either of the above holidays fall on a Saturday or Sunday:
The Consumer Law Reform Bill is due to be submitted to the Commerce Commission by the 29th of March.
This is a draft of the NARGON submission on behalf of its members.
Generally NARGON agrees with the text of the Bill and has made the following reccomenedations
NARGON recommends that:
(1) There be no increase in minimum wage rates but, instead
(2) An increased focus on training for young people.
(3) If the government is intent on making an increase, the increase should be modest and certainly no more than CPI
Attached for your consideration is a draft BusinessNZ Submission on the ACC Levy Consultation Papers which outline proposed rates for 2012/13 for the Work, Earners’ and Motor Vehicle Accounts.
NARGON will draw up a submission in support of the BusinessNZ Submission on this topic.
Attached above is the draft BusinessNZ submission on the ACC Discussion Document.
Please view below the NARGON submission and the Bill for the Alcohol Law Reform. NARGON presented to the Select committee for this Bill. Please feel free to add comments.
Below is a link to the NARGON Holidays Amendment Bill due in on Friday 17th of September.
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NARGON supports the general thrust of this bill which will allow employers in the retail grocery industry a greater degree of flexibility in the management of their businesses.
However, NARGON has concerns about aspects of the proposed legislation that if left unamended, could be a likely source of difficulty for the future.