Worker Protection (Migrant and Other Employees) Bill

Hon Priyanca Radhakrishnan

Worker Protection (Migrant and Other Employees) Bill

Government Bill

174—1

Contents

Explanatory note
1Title
2Commencement
3Principal Act
4New section 275A and cross-heading inserted
275APower to access employment documents
5New sections 294AAA and 294AAB inserted
294AAAObligation of immigration officer and Department not to disclose information
294AABInformation sharing
6Section 350 amended (Offences by employers)
7Sections 359 and 360 and cross-heading replaced
359Interpretation
359AEmployment infringement offence
360Infringement offences
8Section 361 amended (Immigration officer may require information)
9Sections 362 to 365A replaced
362When infringement notice may be issued
362AWhat infringement notice must contain
363Reminder notices
364Payment of infringement fees
364AMaximum fee for commercial craft infringement offence
365Revocation of infringement notice before payment made
365AHow infringement notice may be served: carriers, and persons in charge, of craft
365BHow infringement notice may be served: employers
10New section 383A inserted (Publication of names and information in respect of immigration offences)
383APublication of names and information in respect of immigration offences
11Section 388 amended (Designation of immigration officers)
12Schedule 1AA amended
13Consequential amendments to principal Act
14Principal Act
15Section 2 amended (Interpretation)
16Principal Act
17Section 229 amended (Powers of Labour Inspectors)
18Section 233A amended (Obligation of Labour Inspector and department not to disclose information)
19Section 235A amended (Interpretation)
20Section 235B amended (Infringement offences)
21Sections 235C to 235E replaced
235CWhen infringement notice may be issued
235DRevocation of infringement notice before payment made
235DAWhat infringement notice must contain
235DBHow infringement notice may be served
235DCReminder notices
235EInfringement fees
235EAInfringement fine
22Schedule 1AA amended
23Principal Act
24Section 383 amended (Court may disqualify directors)

The Parliament of New Zealand enacts as follows: