Standards of performance are not static and are liable to change as the business or role evolves, or new technology or equipment becomes available. We look at how a performance appraisal system, diligently pursued by the employer, can prove invaluable.
With the new year upon us, many organisations are looking forward to a busy and prosperous year ahead. This post looks at the most significant employment law developments of 2015 to prepare employers for 2016.
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