Monthly Archives: August 2018

Terms of trade

Time and time again, we are approached by disgruntled business owners and dissatisfied customers to help resolve disputes arising from deals made on the basis of informal arrangements. The law certainly assists in defining and clarifying certain aspects of the contractual relationship between parties. The starting point is usually a consideration of what the parties

By |2020-04-07T14:15:34+12:00August 7th, 2018|

Personal Grievances – What needs to be considered when raising a PG

A personal grievance (PG) is a formal process in which an employee may raise a complaint against their employer if they have been dealt with unfairly or illegally. The grounds available to raise a PG are outlined in the Employment Relations Act 2000 (ERA), together with the process for raising a PG. The grounds A

By |2020-04-07T14:13:16+12:00August 7th, 2018|

Employment agreements from an employer perspective – make sure your employment agreements, and their clauses, stand up against the law

An individual employment agreement (Agreement) is a written agreement that contains the terms and conditions of the employment as negotiated by an employer and employee. An Agreement is a useful tool with which the employer can set clear performance expectations, standards, processes and responsibilities for an employee before they start work. It is also used

By |2020-04-07T14:08:49+12:00August 7th, 2018|

Commercial leases – what to look out for?

A commercial lease (Lease) can be a complicated agreement with binding implications for both the landlord and tenant. Before you enter into a Lease, it is vital that you understand the rights and responsibilities of each party. The following are some of the more notable points of a Lease for your consideration when negotiating and/or

By |2020-04-07T14:06:41+12:00August 7th, 2018|
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