Resolving Employment Relationship Problems
Employment Law E-book Series Book 1 of 2
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This first e-book in the Employment Law series guides you through the first stages of responding to an allegation or other workplace problem.
Use this e-book to help you respond to the workplace dispute in a manner that is most likely to get you the result you want, whether that is to keep your job, or to get the highest possible exit package.
This first e-book in the Employment Law Series will guide you through the process of receiving and responding to the issue raised by your employer, attending the meetings with your employer, and if the matter is not resolved, it guides you through the process of raising a personal grievance and attending mediation in order to settle the matter. Information is provided on how and when you should settle the matter and when it is best to not accept settlement and to file a claim in the Employment Relations Authority.
If you do decide to file a claim in the Employment Relations Authority, then purchase the 2nd e-book in the Employment Law series. This 1st e-book includes guidance on all steps prior to that stage.
The table of contents for this 1st e-book in the Employment Law series is set out below for your information.
SOURCES OF EMPLOYMENT LAW
- Your employment agreement
- The Employment Relations Act 2000
- Case law
IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS BEFORE RAISING OR RESPONDING TO AN EMPLOYMENT ISSUE
THE MAIN STEPS IN MOST EMPLOYMENT DISPUTE PROCESSES
- The letter
- The investigation meeting
- The follow-up meeting
- The decision
RAISING A PERSONAL GRIEVANCE
- How do you raise a personal grievance
- Trap to watch out for
REMEDIES WHAT WILL YOU BE ABLE TO ACHIEVE AND WILL IT BE WORTH THE BATTLE?