- What do I do if I have not received a timesheet?
You can download a paper timesheet here or you can complete online via the Contractor Zone.
Please ensure you include your Temporary Identification, Assignment Number and Week Ending date on the paper timesheet.
- Who do I contact if my personal details change?
To update your address or bank account details you can complete a Payroll Information Form and email to NZcontractorpayrollforms@hudson.com or you can do this online via the Contractor Zone.
- What if I cannot work?
If you are currently undertaking an assignment, please contact your consultant as soon as possible.
- My visa has expired, what do I do?
You need to think about what you want to do well in advance of your visa expiring as once your work visa has expired you may no longer be eligible to work in New Zealand. Please contact your recruitment consultant immediately if your visa has expired.
- Am I eligible for payment while attending Jury Service?
If you are summoned for a jury service the relevant court/sheriffs office will generally pay you an allowance for any lost wages and for travel. Contact the relevant court/sheriff’s office in your state or territory or your consultant.
- Am I eligible for Annual Leave?
You may be eligible for paid Annual Leave. Please contact your recruitment consultant for further information or refer to your employment agreement.
- Am I eligible for Sick Pay?
You may be eligible for paid Sick Leave. Please contact your recruitment consultant for further information or refer to your employment agreement.
- Am I eligible for any other leave, i.e. parental leave, bereavement leave, alternative leave?
If you are employed by Hudson, you may be eligible for other types of paid leave. Please contact your recruitment consultant for further information or refer to your employment agreement.
- How do I report a workplace injury?
All work related injuries and incidents, no matter how minor must be reported to both Hudson and your supervisor as soon as practicable. To report a work related injury or incident, please complete a Hudson injury report form.
- How do I report a workplace hazard?
A hazard is any source of harm or potential harm to a person or to property/equipment. This can include unsafe work practices or any other aspects of the work environment.
Should you identify a hazard in your workplace which you are unable to safely resolve yourself report it to your supervisor.
If you are dissatisfied with the steps taken by your supervisor to address the hazard, you must escalate the issue to your recruitment consultant.