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This raises a host of employment law issues, starting with, what are the rights of the employee concerned?
If you walk down the street and pass a guy with bright blue hair, a woman with a large tattoo, and someone with multiple facial piercings, you probably wouldn't think twice.
But all these things could and sometimes do get in the way of those people finding a new job.
Employers should be flexible and supportive of people with mental health issues...
The principle of open justice is significantly undermined if potential litigants are frightened off going to court altogether.
Susan Hornsby-Geluk, managing partner, Dundas Street Employment Lawyers, says undertaking this process right away may not always be the best thing to do
There have been more strikes in New Zealand over the past nine months than the previous nine years put together. HRDTV talks to Susan Hornsby-Geluk, managing partner at Dundas Street employment lawyers, to discuss how industrial action is challenging employers.
At this time of year many people choose to get a flu jab. - Can employers compel their employees to get flu jabs.
While people have a right to express their honestly held views and opinions, this does not extend to unreasonably destroying another person’s reputation.
Employers often use the term “disciplinary” when they are putting an employee through a process to improve their performance. This is wrong from a legal perspective and can lead to confused and costly outcomes.