SJS also provides a guide to employment relations which is a vital tool for employers in particular. It is worth noting that if you employ a student, you must provide them with a written employment agreement. If you require advice about what type of employment agreement to use, you can call the Department of Labour Information line on 0800 800 863.
SJS also has a page on their website setting out minimum employment requirements and has a link to a Department of Labour online ‘employment agreement builder’ which will help you put together a draft employment agreement for your employee. If you’re a student and you have just started tertiary study or are well in to your studies, Student Job Search has a ton of jobs that are suited to all skill levels – there’s something for everyone. It’s important to build up your work experience while you study, and SJS is the perfect service to help you do this. If you’re new to the employment game, SJS has a range of employment guides [ http://www.sjs.co.nz/
The employment services provided by Student Job Search for students are imperative if you are to get off on the right foot in your new job. For instance, their advice on what to do if you encounter a serious problem in your job is invaluable. There are certain steps you need to take to protect yourself. If you do not feel comfortable talking with your employer about the problems by yourself, you should consider having someone assist you such as a parent or guardian.
Feel free to visit the SJS website for more information – http://www.sjs.co.nz