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Is a Manager allowed to know what they are being accused of

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Is a Manager allowed to know what they are being accused of in a employment dispute.
Keep being told its to minimise the risk of a PG and to prevent the employee from being humiliated.
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: New Zealand Law
Expert:  Chris The Lawyer replied 10 months ago.

You should be told what you are accused of. After all if this is an attack on the manager they are entitled to prepare a response. Both sides should be told what is happening and otherwise it is unfair to both the manager and the employee

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