What is procedural fairness?

Proper handling of workplace issues

“Procedural fairness” is the best practice way of handling workplace conflict. Following procedural fairness is not only ethical, it also helps mitigate business risk.

Employers who engage in poor workplace practices run the risk of much more than having to pay a penalty for unfair dismissal, along with the cost associated with defending the claim. Discover the key elements of procedural fairness for workplace issues, plus poor workplace practices to avoid, in our article published in the October 2020 edition of Speak Out magazine. Click here to access the article via our Media page >

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