Will Employers Pay More For Personal Grievances In Future?

If you raise a personal grievance against your employer, you can ask the Employment Relations Authority to decide whether you have a claim and whether your employer should pay you anything for it. If a Member of the Authority considers that you have a valid personal grievance, they can order

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What Employment Agreement Should I Use For My New Employee?

There is more than one type of employment relationship, which means there is no “one-size-fits-all” employment agreement. So how do you know what employment agreement you should give your new recruit? That question can be answered by combining your answers to two more questions: Do you have an idea of

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Never Give A Bad Reference, Give An Honest One

It appears that written references are becoming less relevant these days. Increasingly, employers will refuse to give references in writing, because it is difficult to ensure consistency and fairness to all employees. Many large employers make it a matter of policy not to give written references at all. In addition,

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How To Dismiss An Employee In 3 Steps

If you are an employer, there is a good chance you have had the thought that it is hard to dismiss employees in this country. You sense that the law is skewed against you and in favour of employees. To some extent that is true: there is a natural imbalance

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