Legislations Rights And Responsibilities Of The Parties Affecting The Employment Relationship Essay

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Part.B) Task.2) Legislations Rights and Responsibilities of the parties Affecting the Employment Relationship in the AFFCO dispute ER act Mutual obligation of trust and confidence should have been established. It affected the “act of good faith” amongst all key stakeholders of AFFCO. Collective Bargaining should have been promoted. Due to the lack of collective bargaining, the parties concerned were in the position of win-lose situation thereby resulted conflicts between the employee and employer Integrity of the individual choice must be protected. Individual’s rights were not taken into consideration in organisation which added up the disputes. Holiday Act To observe the national day as a cultural significance. Lack of proper transmission of communication to the employees by employer (AFFCO) that whether the Waitangi Day is going to get celebrated on Saturday or Monday , that further created disputes amongst them. Public Holidays should have been treated as “holidays”. Workers want to celebrate the first ever Waitangi day as a mark of their cultural significance which would have been given the respect by the employers, but they didn’t paid the due importance and resulted the disputes. (Newshub.co.nz, n.d.) Part B) Task.3) According to the Union National Secretary Mr.Graham Cooke (radionz, 2015) there had been a serious breach of good faith in AFFCO , and the workers were not willing to be productive in their work as they were in state of distress . As per, CEA ,

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