Including the annual remuneration survey, guide for pharmacy staff and performance review template.
The purpose of this guide is to explain how the Children’s Act (previously called the Vulnerable Children Act 2014) applies to community pharmacy and to assist you to meet the requirements of the Act including information about Police vetting.
This guide provides a comprehensive introduction for new staff who begin working in the pharmacy environment. It covers legal and ethical matters, selling skills, product knowledge and dealing with customers.
This guide provides information on how to manage and work through a potential termination of employment due to medical illness or incapacity.
This guide summarises the steps you need to be aware of when using a probationary period or 90-day trial period allowed under the Employment Relations Act 2000.
This guide summarises key entitlements for employees arising from the Holidays Act 2003 and its subsequent Amendments.
This guide summarises the process and steps necessary if you are required to commence a disciplinary and potential dismissal process for an employee.
When Waitangi and ANZAC Day fall on a weekend they will by “Mondayised”. This documents outlines what you need to know about staffing and staff entitlements around the Modayised holiday.
This guide summarises the rules and entitlements for parental leave and paid parental leave for employees and employers.
The Guild has redeveloped its performance review template to make the process more discussion based. Download the new performance and development framework and template below.
This guide summarises the process and necessary steps if you have decided to undergo performance management with an employee. This guide also includes template letters and a template performance management plan for you to use and personalise.
This guide provides tips and suggestions for running a robust and effective recruitment process.
Information about the Guild's remuneration (wage) survey.
This article is to clarify pharmacies’ obligations given the supply of pharmaceuticals listed in the Pharmaceutical Schedule under the New Zealand Public Health and Disability Act 2000 is an essential service under the Employment Relations Act 2000.
This policy informs your staff about what behaviour is expected in your workplace. The policy also outlines appropriate steps staff can take if they feel they are being bullied.
The policy covers data security and user responsibility along with email, internet and social media usage.
An FAQ document that contains information for both owners and staff members around union meetings and access.
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