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Good Faith

Published December 11, 2018 Author: Andrew Felix Rose

A concept that all employers, employees and union members adhere to which ensures any business dealings are carried out in a fair, honest and truthful manner.

Acting in good faith establishes a sense of trust between parties. This makes the process of negotiating more constructive and eliminates the risk of any action being taken with hidden motives.

There are consequences for people who do not act in good faith. For example, an employer who does not follow good faith may be fined by the Employment Relations Authority or Employment Court.

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