The right to be accompanied - Our feature in this issue examines the new right conferred on workers broadly defined to be accompanied in disciplinary and grievance hearings by a "companion", who may be either a trade union official (whether a lay official or employed by the union) or a work colleague. The operative provisions of the Employment Relations Act 1999 came into force on 4 September ...
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