Industry Issues

The Hospitality Industry is faced with a variety of issues which affect us in one way, shape or form. To familiarise yourself with some of these issues please click on the titles below for Hospitality New Zealand submissions, media releases and correspondence relating to that issue.


View General Archive...General

Targeted rates - the thin edge of the wedgeTargeted rates - the thin edge of the wedge
Friday, 17 March 2017

Article from March 2017 edition of Hospitality Business Magazine written by Dylan Firth, Advocacy and Policy Manager for Hospitality New Zealand

View Employment Archive...Employment

Working for Accommodation Fixed Term AgreementWorking for Accommodation Fixed Term Agreement
Thursday, 9 March 2017

A new specialised employment agreement is now available to AccommodationNZ members who employ staff with work for accommodation arrangements.

Daylight saving ends - Sunday 2 April 2017Daylight saving ends - Sunday 2 April 2017
Monday, 6 March 2017

Daylight savings ends on Sunday 2 April 2017. This means clocks are put back one hour, so that 3.00am becomes 2.00am.

Cancellation of Shifts and Zero hour contracts provisions from 1 April 2017Cancellation of Shifts and Zero hour contracts provisions from 1 April 2017
Monday, 13 February 2017

From 1 April 2017 the cancellation and zero hour contracts provisions (amongst others), for all Individual Employment Agreements entered into pre 1 April 2016, come into effect.

View Alcohol Licensing Archive...Alcohol Licensing

Auckland Council will be out checking compliance over EasterAuckland Council will be out checking compliance over Easter
Monday, 27 March 2017

Auckland Council have advised that their Licensing staff will be out and about over Easter Weekend and ANZAC Day checking on compliance on the restricted days.

View Accommodation Archive...Accommodation

Tsunami Evacuation Posters now availableTsunami Evacuation Posters now available
Friday, 24 March 2017

Following feedback from members who had indicated that they would appreciate a Tsunami action sign to display in rooms, the Ministry have kindly produced a new Tsunami action sign to display in rooms, not dissimilar to the 'Fire Action Signs' currently on display your rooms.

Targeted accommodation rate a disaster for AucklandTargeted accommodation rate a disaster for Auckland
Friday, 10 March 2017

The accommodation sector is ready and willing to do its fair share in attracting more visitors to Auckland. So let’s look at the facts.

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