Personal grievances are the largest category of disputes between employer and employee and account for a substantial amount of the enquiries made to employment law practitioners. First published in 1996, Personal Grievances provides a concise and practical guide to the area of personal grievances. As personal grievances make up a large proportion of the Employment Relations Act and are the subject of the majority of cases taken to mediation, the Employment Relations Authority and the Employment Court, there remains a lot left to be said on the topic.
|Author/s||John Hughes, Gordon Anderson and Professor Paul Roth
|Ideal For||Specialist employment law practitioners, employment advocates, law libraries, employer representative groups, unions and large businesses
|Format||One looseleaf volume, online, LexisNexis Red
|Servicing||Frequent updates per year