In this issue:

  • Are you socially adjusted? Dealing with employee behaviour on social media sites.
  • An update on workplace bullying.
  • Developments to personal grievance laws proposed.

The NZ Employment Bulletin is designed to keep you up to date and informed on the latest legal developments and legislative changes in workplace relations and employment.

Are you Socially Adjusted? Dealing with Employee Behaviour on Social Media Sites

By John Hannan and Natalie Shaw
A discussion of the impact of social media on the workplace and the repercussions of misuse.

Workplace Bullying

By John Hannan and Natalie Shaw
In February this year, fines were handed down to three workers in Victoria, Australia, who physically and emotionally bullied a teenage co-worker who later committed suicide.

Developments to Personal Grievance Laws Proposed

By John Hannan and Natalie Shaw
The Government is considering revamping personal grievance laws. Changes will aim to eliminate frivolous claims and control advocates who take on cases on a no win/no fee basis.

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