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Sometimes in the course of your employment, your employer will make things difficult for you. If that difficulty passes a certain level of unreasonableness, then you can raise a personal grievance for that. This is different from an unjustifiable dismissal, as you don’t have to have been dismis
When you have done something that your employer does not like, you can often expect to be investigated for misconduct. This can, in more serious instances, lead to dismissal. In these situations, what must be remembered is that employers can only dismiss employees if that’s what a fair and reas
When in employment, you need certain skills to complete your job. A fisherman will need to know how to catch fish, for example. Sometimes though, it is not enough that you have the skills, when something else makes you unable to complete the job. Using the same example, if the Fisherman was afrai
When making people redundant in New Zealand, the law treats this as a firing. Because we treat the redundancy and dismissal the same, the same rule is used for both situations when deciding whether the employee could have been let go Section 103A (2) of the Employment Relations Act: “The test i