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Trial Periods: Pitfalls to Avoid
All employers can now take advantage of the 90-day trial period law.
Australia
29 Jul 2011
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Problems Of ‘Preference’ When Only Some Staff Are Union Members
Collective bargaining has advantages for employers. There is no need to negotiate individual pay, terms and conditions with individual staff members.
New Zealand
3 Jun 2009
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Collective Employment Agreement Negotiations: The Battle For Hearts And Minds
There are regular examples of employers believing that Unions are misrepresenting their position to staff during Collective Employment Agreement negotiations, and trying to communicate directly with staff to explain their position. Similarly, there are examples of Unions claiming that employers have been communicating with staff in a way intended to undermine the Union’s negotiating position.
New Zealand
7 Jun 2007
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Employment Court Confirms ‘Statutory Curb’ On Ability To Justify Dismissals
In late 2004 a new definition of what counts as ‘justifiable’ dismissal or other employer action was inserted into the Employment Relations Act.
New Zealand
5 Jul 2006
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NZ Employment Bulletin: Considering a Business Restructure – Points to Watch
With economists predicting a downturn in the economy, it is timely to review employers’ obligations when restructuring. Any economic downturn is likely to lead to business sales, restructuring and other efficiency measures
New Zealand
30 Mar 2006
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