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Personal grievances - are they crippling New Zealand businesses? by Bridget Fleming

By: Fleming, Bridget.
Series: NZ Lawyer Online.Publisher: , New Zealand 2008Subject(s): MEDIATION | EMPLOYEES | EMPLOYERS | HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT | LAW | New Zealand. Employment Relations Act 2000Online resources: Click here to access online Summary: Questions whether New Zealand has a personal grievance 'industry'. Looks at the costs of personal grievances to NZ businesses in 2007 and discusses the foci of the Employment Relations Act 2000. Highlights how the Employment Relations Authority and Employment Court appear to be developing a practical approach to the application of the law for small business employers. [Part one of a two part article]
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Questions whether New Zealand has a personal grievance 'industry'. Looks at the costs of personal grievances to NZ businesses in 2007 and discusses the foci of the Employment Relations Act 2000. Highlights how the Employment Relations Authority and Employment Court appear to be developing a practical approach to the application of the law for small business employers. [Part one of a two part article]

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