New Zealand :: Disciplinary and grievance procedures

New Zealand employment legislation does not prescribe a specific dismissal or disciplinary procedure that an employer has to follow, but the employer must have good reason to carry out any disciplinary process, and that process must be carried out in a manner that is fair to the employee, in accordance with the overriding obligation of good faith …

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