The maximum sentence that could be imposed on Ms. Woodrow as an individual was $10,000, but the authority found that the fine had been set at $250.00, as the offence was very minor and Wanaka Sun had not suffered any apparent harm. Ms. Woodrow was also ordered to pay $71.56 to Wanaka Sun, which represents the cost of submitting the case to the Authority. Send a signature billing statement to Employment Mediation Services. The agreement also indicated that Mr. L. wanted to apply for a future job at Sky City. The Ombudsman certified the employment contract under Article 149 of the Labour Relations Act, resulting in a binding and enforceable agreement.
«The worker shall not make derogatory comments to the employer or any of its executives or employees, or denigrate in any other way. Employer workers who are aware of this bill should not make any derogatory comments about the worker. The parties agree that the confidentiality of this agreement and the restriction of non-disappearance extend to all forms of social media, including Facebook and text messages. As a result, Ms. Woodrow violated a clause in the transaction agreement. The authority then had to decide what sentence should be imposed on Ms. Woodrow for this offence. The agreement then has the same status as an agreement reached in mediation and becomes a complete and final settlement as soon as it is signed by a mediator of the placement service. Before signing, an Employment Mediation Services mediator will verify that the agreement is in compliance with the law and that the parties understand that the transaction will be final after signing. A recent conceited decision by the Employment Relations Authority concerned the violation of such a clause in a transaction between an employee, Brooke Woodrow, and her former employer, the Wanaka Sun, a free local newspaper. The employer stated that it was not earning the financial means to pay the amount, but that it would enter into a repayment plan.
They then stated that they would not bear the legal costs because the worker had breached the terms of the transaction contract.