The purpose of this omnibus bill is to improve compliance and enforcement legislation to deter employers from exploiting migrant workers. The bill also aligns the powers of the Labour Inspectorate and Immigration New Zealand, and supports greater collaboration between the two regulators to undertake compliance and enforcement activity.
Passed first reading 18 October 2022, now with the Education and Workforce Committee (currently before committee).
Submissions due 01 December 2022
|Bill type||Government bill|
|Introduced||29 September 2022|
|First reading||18 October 2022|
|Select Committee||Education and Workforce Committee|
|Public submissions due||1 December 2022|
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