Unfair dismissal reform divides government and unions

A new reform in unfair dismissal rulings now requires employees to have worked at a company for at least two years before they may file an unfair dismissal claim. This reform will also allow judges to preside alone over unfair dismissal claims, as opposed to sitting in groups. This reform will make the legal system more efficient and give employers more confidence in taking on new employees. Some labor groups fear it may lead to a “hire and fire” culture.

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Source: Guardian

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