Managing Workplace Relations

by Andrew Lind on 23 January, 15

Managing workplace relations has become increasingly complex for employers.  Particularly with the rise of litigation and increasing statutory burdens imposed on employers by Anti-Discrimination legislation, the management of employee relations and responding to concerns about employee conduct has become a legal minefield for employers. There are 4 main tactics that  can be employed for managing workplace relations and matters of employee misconduct, which have been drawn from some recent case examples.  Whilst adopting these tactics will not guarantee your school or workplace immunity from litigation, complaint or adverse public comment, they will at least go some way to protecting your organisation from such concerns.

4 Tactics for effectively managing workplace relations

  1. Be consistent
  2. Ensure your employment contracts support your values and beliefs
  3. Be fair & give natural justice to your employees
  4. Show leadership and make the hard decisions

To read more detail about the 4 main tactics and how they should be applied to the management of your employees click here.

Alternatively if you would like to know how our employment or education lawyers can assist you with your dispute or the management of your workplace relations please contact us on 07 3252 0011 or visit the Cornery & Lind website for more information.

{ 0 comments… add one now }

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

*

Terms & Conditions

Law Experts content including responses to your questions and comments provides legal information, tips and hints. The content on this site is not legal advice. That’s good, because there’s no risk of getting a bill by making a comment, asking a question or just contacting us.

You agree that any comment or question that you may ask may be published on this site, after editorial review, for the benefit of future readers. Our editors may edit comments in their discretion. For example we will would seek to remove information that would identify you.

The Corney & Lind lawyers (law experts) are of course happy to give legal advice, that’s what they do for a living. However it is only legal advice when you have engaged Corney & Lind Lawyers to provide legal advice for you. Before you do that you want to have an idea of what it might cost and our lawyers are happy to communicate with you about this.

We may change any of these terms and conditions at any time in our discretion by changing them on this page.

You must scroll down the terms & conditions before you can agree.

Previous post:

Next post: