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Employment Relations Bill

MEDIA STATEMENT On behalf of Ace Payroll Plus Ltd

Ace Payroll has completed the incorporation of all Select Committee changes into their browsable online version of the Employment Relations Bill at http://www.acepay.co.nz/eraact.htm

All additions are shown in green, and items struck out by the committee are shown in yellow, making it very easy to see exactly what has changed.

All section references have been retained, and new references added where appropriate. This means that where one section of the Bill refers to another section, that other section is only a click away.

Employment Relations Bill - http://www.acepay.co.nz/eraact.htm Ace Payroll Home - http://www.acepay.co.nz

For more information, contact Julian Eriksen acepay@paradise.net.nz http://www.acepay.co.nz

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