unfair dismissal

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unfair dismissal

unfair dismissal

n (Industry) → licenziamento ingiustificato
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Confidentiality applies only to normal unfair dismissal claims, not automatically unfair dismissals such as whistleblowing.
Under section 111A, evidence of pre-termination negotiations are inadmissible in unfair dismissal proceedings.
Employers should remember though, that the cap is only relevant to unfair dismissals.
New caps on compensatory awards in unfair dismissal cases will also allow employers to measure with more certainty the financial risk of how much a case could cost them.
The Government has already amended the unfair dismissals procedure so that an employee must have held their job for at least two years before being able to claim for unfair dismissal.
Bethan Darwin, partner at employment law specialists Darwin Gray "Scrapping unfair dismissal rights is not going to reduce the number of tribunal claims or the procedures employers follow when dismissing employees in any significant way.
The new law, which also prevents any unfair dismissals and is an important concession to small businesses, is applied to any employee who commits theft, fraud or violence in the workplace.
2004), Federal Unfair Dismissals A Briefing Paper, Workplace Relations Spokesperson, Australian Democrats, September 2004 (http://www.
The government's argument then broadened a little when the Minister for Workplace Relations, Kevin Andrews, expressed the view that the procedures used to resolve unfair dismissals were 'cumbersome' and by implication too complex for the micro business owner/operator.
While Downing Street says it is unlikely the changes will be implemented the Chancellor did announce out of the blue earlier this month that applicants in unfair dismissal cases would only be able to make claims for unfair dismissals after two years in a job and have to pay up to pounds 1,250 for the privilege.
Provide new rights for workers, including greater protection against unfair dismissals.
Sacking a member of staff can be an expensive exercise for the unwary, particularly if the dismissed employee is a trade union member and the issue becomes one of unfair dismissal.