On the worker`s side, the employment contract is generally detailed: in cases such as the example I have just mentioned, the worker must, however, lighten the duty. Therefore, a worker should immediately look for comparable employment elsewhere. If they are able to secure a job, but for less than what they paid under their previous contract, they could still claim damages to make up for the difference. Another means of recourse is for the employer to return the employee to his or her previous position. B, for example, in the event of an incident of unlawful dismissal. Other general remedies: If you and your employer are in dispute about an employment contract and you are unable to resolve it between you, you have a free placement service with the Ministry of Economy, Innovation and Employment (MBIE). Contact the MBIE Mediation Service via an online or telephone request on 0800 20 90 20. The dispute must be a real conflict that arises from a real situation and not from a hypothetical situation. Your dispute could, for example, concern the importance of a clause in the work allowance in your collective agreement. In general, there are two categories of remedies that a non-injurious party can apply for in the event of a breach of contract: appropriate remedies or remedies. Remedies relate to compensation for damages, such as compensation or compensation. Non-payment on the agreed date is often a breach of contract.
If you can prove that you have suffered financial harm, for example. B by paying an overdraft fee, you can claim it as damages. Talk to your employer first. If this continues, you may want to try to get a court order to prevent them from repeating this violation. Damages for breach of the employment contract are legal remedies to which the other party is entitled if the employer or worker breaks this type of contract. An employment contract defines the terms and conditions of employment of the employee of a company and is legally binding. The employer offers financial compensation for the employee`s work and time. It is usually a written contract signed by both parties, but can also be in the form of an oral contract or by declarations, deeds or other documents such as a staff manual. If the dispute is a collective agreement, the issue must attract the attention of all unions and employers covered by the agreement. Irregular termination is an offence in the way you were dismissed. B, for example, without proper termination or without respecting the procedures of your contract.
They can take action in the same way as for any offence. Examples of breach of contract could be if your employer does not pay your salary or if you do not come to work for no good reason. If your employment contract is terminated, you can assert rights against your employer for improper termination or breach. If you think an employee has breached the length of the contract, the first step should be to try to resolve the matter informally. An employment contract defines conditions of employment, such as. B: If you are unable to resolve the breach of the employment contract internally, you can take legal action.