Employment Dispute Resolution

What is an Employment Dispute Resolution?  Mediation or Employment Dispute Resolution hears complaints and makes decisions on employment issues such as unfair dismissal, constructive dismissal, redundancy payment and discrimination.

Outcomes Dispute Resolution will vary from case to case and can include reinstatement or compensation.

Dispute Resolution  must act independently and cannot offer legal advice.  If you are seeking to take a case to an Mediation, you should consider obtaining the services of a specialist Employment Lawyer. If you are a member of a Trade Union or a similar organization - you will probably find that they are best placed to advise you about whether you have a case and, if so, how to go about progressing a case.

Before taking a case to the Dispute Resolution , you should ensure that the issue has been clearly presented to your employers and make reasonable attempts to resolve the issue.  The employer should be given at least a month to take suitable action.  The Dispute Resolution process can be lengthy, often cases are resolved before formal mediation.

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