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Act wants to make personal grievances less costly for employers

If an employee is at fault they won't be able to use procedural mistakes to claim compensation.

Act has proposed making significant changes to the personal grievance process.

Brent Edwards Sun, 30 Jul 2023

Under Act’s industrial relations policy it would make changes to the personal grievance process to make it less risky for employers to hire workers.

On Sunday afternoon, Act leader David Seymour said the current process was slow, costly and open to abuse.

“Employers can be tripped up by minor

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