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  1. [2022] NZEmpC 60 The Chief of New Zealand Defence Force v Darnley [PDF, 200 KB]

    [2022] NZEmpC 60 The Chief of New Zealand Defence Force v Darnley (Judgment of Judge Kathryn Beck, 30 March 2022) RECALL – VERY SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES – SLIP RULE – substantive judgment contained an erroneous date –  length of delay only relevant under s 114 if exceptional circumstances exist - error had no impact on the outcome – did not provide an opportunity to revisit conclusions or reframe arguments – interests of justice and finality considered – recall application declined – error corrected under slip rule. 

  2. [2022] NZEmpC 56 Urban Décor Ltd v Yu [PDF, 290 KB]

    [2022] NZEmpC 56 Urban Décor Ltd v Yu (Judgment of Judge Kathryn Beck, 29 March 2022) PERSONAL GRIEVANCE – RAISING PERSONAL GRIEVANCE - UNJUSTIFIABLE DISMISSAL – CONSTRUCTIVE DISMISSAL – grievance was raised by email within time - defendants left workplace and said they “quit” after a verbal altercation with employer – employer later sent dismissal letters – test for resignation is objective – “cooling off” period not required for unequivocal resignation – the defendants resigned their employment – subsequent conduct of the employer reflected his subjective understanding – resignations were not occasioned by a breach of duty – no constructive dismissal – Authority’s finding of unjustified dismissal and award of remedies set aside.

  3. [2022] NZEmpC 48 E Tu Inc v Mount Cook Airline Ltd [PDF, 314 KB]

    [2022] NZEmpC 48 E Tu Inc v Mount Cook Airline Ltd (Judgment of Judge K G Smith, 18 March 2022) MINIMUM WAGE ACT – SLEEPOVER – whether cabin crew staff were working while stationed away from home – no restriction during time away – sleepovers were not work – INTERPRETATION OF MINIMUM WAGE ORDER – whether part-time salaried workers were being paid minimum wage – Minimum Wage Order is clear – part-time salaried workers must receive at least the amount specified in cl 4(d).