INZ considers a business a franchisee employer if:
⦿ They have bought the right to use a pre-existing business system authorised by a third-party business
⦿ Their business uses a brand, trade mark, advertising, marketing channels, or a commercial symbol owned by that third party, and
⦿ That third party business controls certain activities or structures within their business as set out through an agreement, operational guideline or a terms and conditions document.
To get accredited, franchisee employers of AEWV holders must meet the minimum standard accreditation requirements applying to all employers of AEWV holders.
In addition, franchisee employers must have been operating (trading or carrying out their business) for at least 12 months as a franchisee.
Furthermore, all franchisee businesses with more than one employee must be able to declare that at least 15% of the workforce are New Zealand citizens or residents who are guaranteed at least 30 hours work per week.
We have the preparedness to ensure that all i’s are dotted and all t’s are crossed. In other words, we will provide you with end-to-end service so that your focus remains on your business.