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Employment Court

Published December 11, 2018 Author: Andrew Felix Rose

If an employer or employee is unhappy with the decision reached by the Employment Relations Authority (ERA), either side may be able to challenge the decision in Employment Court.

A challenge must be submitted to Employment Court within 28 days of the ERA reaching their decision. If the application is successful, both parties will be required to exchange relevant forms, attend a formal hearing process and pay the legal fees.

An employer or employee can choose to represent themselves or seek legal advice from a lawyer, union member or employment advocate.

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