Dispute with Employee
What can lead to a dispute with an employee?
There are several situations that can lead to disputes with employees – different laws may also regulate different situations.
Below is just a small selection of situations that can give rise to disputes between employers and employees:
- A breach of a collective agreement is when the employer has hired someone on a fixed-term contract without being allowed to do so by the collective agreement.
- A dismissal without just cause can be a breach of the LAS.
- If an employee has not been granted a holiday in accordance with the rules of the Holiday Act, this may be a breach of the Holiday Act.
When you have a dispute with an employee
As an employer, you are often faced with different, often unexpected situations, or must take a stand on complicated issues. It is not always easy to deal with complicated issues on your own or try to interpret different laws.
Therefore, it is always a good idea to contact a lawyer who is familiar with employment law to deal with these issues in a professional manner.
An employee can initiate a dispute or negotiation with their employer either through their union (if they are a member of a union) or on their own. This can relate to a wide range of employment law issues, such as a dispute over:
- Holiday pay
- Damages, duty of loyalty
- Invalidation of termination or dismissal.
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