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How to Respond to Complaints in the workplace - Advice for Employers

What Obligations do you have when an Anonymous Complaint is Made by One Employee Against Another?

4 April 2017 | Morrison Kent

It is important that you do not simply ignore a complaint, even if you have doubts about the complainant’s motive or truthfulness.  Failure to appropriately investigate a complaint, particularly where it raises health and safety issues such as bullying,...

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Winter is coming – along with sick leave and associated complications!
18 May 2023 | Tess von Dadelszen

Winter is coming – along with sick leave and associated complications! 


With the colder months upon us, sickness and associated impacts on workplaces...

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SARNZ announces new partnership with Morrison Kent Lawyers
20 April 2023 | Morrison Kent

Morrison Kent and SARNZ are thrilled to announce that Morrison Kent has joined the SARNZ Partnership group.  In a year that has already seen significant...

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Employee Vs Contractor: The ongoing “status” debate and delay in legislative update
13 April 2023 | Tess von Dadelszen

The employee vs contractor debate has been a hot topic for years, and that does not look set to change in the near future. 

The Government has repeatedly...

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