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Leave entitlementsDecember 11, 2019
For some businesses, Christmas is one of the busiest times of the year. But for others, it might be time to shutdown shop for a few days or a couple of weeks.
You don’t want to walk away on the last day and have that tingling feeling you’ve forgotten to turn off the stove or lock the front door.
Make sure and double sure you’ve got packed away every last thing and switched off every last light before you roll down the shutter for the end-of-year period.
Print off the checklist below and tick off the tasks as you do them:
Here’s a link to the pdf
The following of a list of public holidays that occur in New Zealand between the Christmas period and Waitangi Day. Please note that depending on your region, there may be a regional anniversary during this time. The following is a list of the public holidays*.
|Christmas Day||Wednesday, 25 December||Friday, 25 December||Saturday, 25 December|
|Boxing Day||Thursday, 26 December||Saturday, 26 December||Sunday, 26 December|
|New Year’s Day||Wednesday, 1 January||Friday, 1 January||Saturday, 1 January|
|Day after New Year’s Day||Thursday, 2 January||Saturday, 2 January||Sunday, 2 January|
|Waitangi Day||Thursday, 6 February||Saturday, 6 February||Friday, 6 February|
*If any of the above public holidays fall on a Saturday or Sunday, and the employee does not normally work on that day but would ordinarily work on the following Monday or Tuesday, then the public holiday is observed on the following Monday or Tuesday.
The following is a list of the observed date for the Regional anniversaries that will fall between Christmas and Waitangi Day:
|Auckland anniversary day||Monday, 27 January|
|Buller anniversary day||Monday, 3 February|
|Nelson anniversary day||Monday, 3 February|
|Northland anniversary day||Monday, 27 January|
|Wellington anniversary day||Monday, 20 January|