Rosie Judd

BA, LLB, Associate

Rosie is an associate in the Firm’s Dispute Resolution team where she supports Anthony Drake on a range of employment issues, including claims to the Employment Relations Authority and Employment Court.  She also advises on health and safety matters.
Rosie is also experienced in local government and Te Tiriti o Waitangi matters.  Prior to joining Wynn Williams, Rosie worked at a boutique public law and employment firm, where her practice focused on public law litigation.


Recent Articles


Employment Authority rules on “no jab, no job”

The Employment Relations Authority has released its first substantive determination dealing with an employer’s right to dismiss an employee who refuses to be vaccinated against COVID-19. In the case of GF v New Zealand Customs Service, the Authority found that Customs was justified in dismissing GF, a border protection officer working at a maritime port facility, who refused to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

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COVID-19 wage subsidies and obligations

Applications for round two of the Government Wage Subsidy opened on 3 September 2021. The criteria for application and obligations around use are explained in this article. Also we explain the importance of sanctity of contract if you’re contemplating wage or salary reductions at this time.

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What does equal pay mean for workers and employers?

How does our society value specific types of work?  There is no single answer to that question, but with threats of strike action on the horizon issues such as pay equity are at the forefront of industrial action for a number of sectors of the workforce.  

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Holidays Act update

Government has announced that it has accepted all the Holidays Act Taskforce’s recommendations and expects to introduce legislation in 2022.  It is universally accepted that most employers have experienced some difficulty in calculating accrual and payment of employee holiday entitlements.  In recent years, many employers have been required to recalculate employee holiday entitlements and there have been significant pay-outs to correct errors. 

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