He resigned in December 2012 and it is now May 2013. So it is outside the 90 day period to claim a personal grievance. They say that their lawyer has said that the case is still active within 3 years!!
Yep that seems VERY CLEAR!! So we musnt allow him to think that we are going to consent to have the personal grievance being raised after the expiration period. Please then what would be your advice for us as an organisation to do next?
I am the chairperson of our whanau organisation, and will be talking to our members of our committe about the Employers relations Act and what you have advised - PG would not stand because it's outside the 90 day period. Am seeking support from other members to have a couple of our members to visit with him and deliver our stance. What do you think?
Ok. Thank you for your advice and am happy to carry out your advice.
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