Employment Memo

 CHAPTER 33  Handling disputes and settlements 

Where an employment dispute arises, it is usually in the interests of both employer and employee, in terms of saving time, costs, reputation and often, for the employee, emotional distress, to resolve it without resorting to litigation. However, in some cases this will not be possible and the parties will therefore need to rely on the tribunals and courts to resolve the dispute. Section 1 examines the identification of disputes, sources of advice, and the gathering of information and evidence. Section 2 discusses alternative methods of resolving disputes, including negotiation/conciliation and arbitration, and examines the documenting of agreed settlements. Litigation is discussed in chapter 34 (

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