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  • Dismissal Meeting

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    is to show respect for employees and maintain a good reputation. Because of the emotional nature of dismissal, face-to-face meetings are usually best (Stewart & Brown, 2012). The majority of experts agree that employees should not be dismissed on a Friday. A late-week dismissal leaves the terminated employee with two days of time before actions can be taken to recover from the bad news. Dismissals early in the week allow the individual an opportunity to get right to work at finding a new job and

  • Employment Law: The Unfair Dismissals Act

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    The Unfair Dismissals Act 1977-2007 was set up to give clear guidelines on how an employer’s decision to dismiss an employee may be contested by an independent body. The main purpose of this Act is to shield employees from unfair dismissals. It also provides for an adjudication system and a redress system to those employees whose dismissals have been found to be unfair. This legislation does not prevent dismissals from occurring but only allows the employee to challenge their dismissal. The Unfair

  • Substantively Fair Dismissal Case Study

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    an employee for a fair reason - this means the dismissal is substantively fair and if the employer has followed a fair procedure - the dismissal is procedurally fair. However, If an employee is dismissed for fair reason but the correct procedure of dismissal was not followed, the dismissal will be UNFAIR. Section 188 of the Act (Labour Relations Act) stipulates that a dismissal is unfair if the employer fails to prove that the reason for the dismissal is a fair reason based on the misconduct or incapacity

  • Report On Unfair Dismissal Rights Post The Workchoices Reforms

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    Unfair dismissal within the Workplace Relations Act as defined by the Australian Industrial Relations Commission (AIRC) refers to employment that has been terminated on grounds that termination was “harsh, unjust or unreasonable”. The Act states that the unfair dismissal provisions apply in relation to the termination of employment of an “employee” defined in s 5(1) (s 637(1)) and the concept of “employer” defined in s 6(1). Discussion 2.1. Pre Work Choices Unfair dismissal is about harsh

  • HNES Native Species Garden's Misrepresentation and Dismissal of Exotic Species as Militaristic Entities

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    Public green spaces are complementary areas in urban centers, designed to create recreational space for public use and cultivate-natural scenery. There are many public green spaces on York University's Keele campus such as the woodlots, the green roof near Ross building, Passy garden, Maloca community garden, and HNES Native Species Garden. The Native Species Garden is a naturalization project founded in 2005, in front of the Health, Nursing and Environmental Studies building. The project led by

  • Importance Of Wicket Keepers

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    Wicket-keeper from South Africa has achieved the record of highest Test Dismissals. Mark Boucher has 532 catches behind the wicket and 23 stumpings playing 147 matches and 281 innings. He ended his cricket career only in 2012 as he was injured seriously on his eye. He was keeper preceding AB de Villers for South Africa. In ODI matches, Boucher a total of 424 dismissals to his name. This consists of 402 catches and 22 Stumpings. His maximum dismissals in a single ODI match is 6. In overall keeping records, Boucher

  • Ethic Situation in the Workplace: The ACAS 2009 Code of Practice

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    be the only one dismissed ,and not Sam, shows evidence of direct discrimination in which she can also bring forward a claim for unfair dismissal. JJ may disagree with the accusation of racial discrimination by relating Elodie’s dismissal to gross misconduct. Serious aggressive or offensive behaviour are examples of gross misconduct that can lead to dismissal without notice and without pay in lieu of notice . Employers must act reasonably and base decisions to dismiss an employee on genuine belief

  • Discrimination Under Employment Law: Protected Classes Under Employment Law

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    membership or non-membership (union), and languages. Employees have the right to terminate their employment contract for any allegation of discrimination or harassment against the employer and receive severance pay and compensation under the unfair dismissal law. At Will Employment Collective bargaining and Unions With a union density in Spain at 20% of employed citizens, unions are gaining moment. The two major labor union federations are the Workers’ Commissions and the Workers’ General Union. Organized

  • Fair Work Commission Case Study

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    industrial action to assist their claims (Australian Government, 2015). There are other roles that the Fair Work Commission is in charge, including: • To solve unfair and unlawful dismissal, unfair dismissal means a dismissal of a worker that is harsh or unreasonable in the given situations, and unlawful dismissal means dismissal of worker due to discriminatory reasons (Australian Government, 2015). • To investigate bullying complaints, when an individual or group of individuals continually act unreasonably

  • Contract and Employment Course work

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    Clarissa can pursue a claim for unfair dismissal compensation against Precision Missiles PLC The Employment Rights Act of 1996 and the Employment Act of 2002 deals with the issue of unfair dismissal of employees and Clarissa should be conversant with the provisions of this Act. Moreover, Clarissa needs to know that the employment tribunal deals with issues of unfair dismissal and that she has to prove that she is entitled to bring a claim of unfair dismissal and a claim for compensation before presenting