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Employment Guide seminars

An employment guide programme has been designed to provide members with a general understanding of a number of Acts relating to employment legislation, including the Holidays Act, Employment Relations Act, Privacy and Human Rights Acts, and the Wages Protection Act.

Course content has been further enhanced to develop exercises and coaching tools that reflect actual cases and situations from the construction industry. 
The programme schedule for the half-day course is:July 19: The Irish Rover, 69 Peel Street, Gisborne

July 20: Hastings RSA, Avenue Road West, Hastings
July 25: The CT Club, Moncur Drive, Rotorua
July 26: Tauranga Yacht and Power Boat Club, Keith Allen Drive, Sulphur Point, Tauranga

August 6: Trailways Motor Inn, 66 Trafalgar Street, Nelson
August 7: Rydges Hotel, 140 Fitzherbert Avenue, Palmerston North
August 14: ARMBA, Unit 14, 36-42 Sale Street, Freemans Bay, Auckland
August 16: Plymouth International Hotel, Cnr Courtenay and Leach Sts, New Plymouth

August 21: WRMBA, 271-277 Willis Street, Wellington
August 23: CRMBA, Home of the Trades, 6 Burdale Street, Riccarton, Christchurch
August 24: ARMBA, Unit 14, 36-42 Sale Street, Freemans Bay, Auckland

Register through your local RMB Association.

SNZ on-line service

The Standards NZ special on-line service provides RMBF members access to a library of all New Zealand construction Standards.
For a special, exclusive RMBF member annual subscription rate, members have the ability to access copies of all Standards electronically.

And as an added value, subscribers to this service have the ability to order hard copies at a special members’ rate. The special rate is applicable to members who subscribe to the on-line service.

Members who are yet to sign up to the on-line service will be charged the retail rate. Subscribing to this exclusive members-only service will save you hundreds of dollars. For more information log on to the RMBF members web site.

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