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  •   Home > News > Politics

    Employers countrywide will be nervous of risks around a travel bubble

    Employers countrywide will be nervous of risks around a travel bubble


    Government are again discussing quarantine free travel today between New Zealand and Australia.

    Christchurch employment lawyer Amy Keir says although employees aren't required to disclose holiday plans, a good relationship requires clear communications.

    She says parties must be prepared for if the bubble suddenly closes - and the employee has to spend two weeks in quarantine.

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    Accident and Emergency:
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    Rugby:
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    Law and Order:
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    Law and Order:
    NRL star Dylan Walker will be sentenced today after pleading guilty to assault 13:48

    Health & Safety:
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    Living & Travel:
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    Soccer:
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    Law and Order:
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