Posted on 4 August 2014

ERA backs employer in unjustified dismissal case


The Employment Relations Authority has ordered a former IBM employee to pay the company $4,000 after his unjustified dismissal claim backfired.

Andrew Simpson worked for the company from 8 July, 1996 until his resignation on 9 August, 2013.

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Abused the boss? You're hired


Say what? Staff who launch expletive-laden rants or threaten their bosses can keep their jobs.

Employment Relations Authority decisions in the past two years show employees frequently receive compensation after being unjustifiably fired for swearing at, or threatening, their bosses.

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