All too often, aggrieved employees lodge claims purely to spite their employers and those employers are forced to invest time and resources in conciliating or settling. How can you prevent vexatious claims from going too far?
- To what extent can an employee pursue a claim that lacks merit?
- When and how should employers settle claims from employees?
- What recourse can employers take when defend against vexatious claims?
- Courts approach to vexatious claims that don’t have any reasonable prospects of success