Employment Law – Dealing With The Discipline of Staff – For Employers and Employees

by Andrew Lind on 24 October, 14

Over the past five to ten years, managing the discipline of staff has become increasingly complex and difficult. Perhaps some employers might prefer the days of 1697, when it comes to disciplining staff. Back then things were much simpler for employers, but not so great for the employee.

Navigate this area with Brisbane lawyers Alistair Macpherson, Heilala Tabete and Nina Brewer in their article available here. If you would like to know more about dealing with and managing your employees or if you feel you have been unfairly treated by your employer, please contact Corney & Lind Lawyers on 07 3252 0011 or visit our website for more useful resources at www.corneyandlind.com.au.

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