You've just received an allegation that a staff member has physically assaulted someone. Would you know what to do?
To withstand scrutiny, investigations and decisions must comply with a number of obligations including: principles of natural justice, the Employment Relations Act, internal policies and procedures, and employment agreements
The Government is proposing significant changes to employment legislation which will impact most employers and these are summarised below. In addition, given the recent media attention its timely to consider whether your current policies and procedures will protect you in the event of a sexual harassment or bullying complaint.
Rees-Thomas Law has been appointed as a panel provider for the All of Government panel in two categories: Business Change and Human Resources. This enables us to continue supporting Government agencies in managing organisational change activities and advising across the range of human resource activites, in particular employee relations issues