Human Rights and Privacy Law Made Easy 2017 (eBook)
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Conveys the practical essentials of human rights law for employers and managers. A practical resource written in plain English for every organisation.
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Failure to comply with human rights and privacy law can have adverse consequences for employers. It is the responsibility of employers to set policies that do not have a discriminatory effect and to ensure that employees are informed of the policies.
Human Rights and Privacy Law Made Easy provides the practical essentials of human rights and privacy law relevant to the daily operations of businesses and organisations in New Zealand. Its primary function is to alert businesses and their employees to issues they may come across in the course of their work.
This plain English guide covers everything from discrimination and sexual and racial harassment to victimisation and smoking in the workplace. Key human rights legislation is summarised, highlighting the rights and obligations of both employers and employees.
Human Rights and Privacy Law Made Easy also addresses the right to privacy, a fundamental human right that is becoming increasingly important in the face of technological advances. Almost every person, organisation or business that holds personal information must comply with privacy legislation.
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Table of contents
Summary of rights and freedoms
Human Rights Act 1993
Right to freedom from discrimination
Prohibited grounds of discrimination
Pre-requisites for discrimination
Discrimination in employment
Discrimination in provision of goods and services
Clients and customers – employer liability
Unlawful discrimination – employer liability
Measures to ensure equality
Measures relating to pregnancy, childbirth and family
Remedies for breach
Inciting racial disharmony
Licences may be cancelled
Harassment Act 1997
Meaning of harassment
Health and Safety at Work Act 2015
Meaning of health
Protected Disclosures Act 2000
Privacy Act 1993
Information privacy principles
Liability of employer
Smoke-free Environments Act 1990
Smoking in workplaces and vehicles