MGMT WEEK 10

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MGMT WEEK 10
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  1. Law is necessary to:
    • Provide a code by which people can regulate their conduct
    • Enforce compliance with those rules which prohibit antisocial conduct

    • Provide a process by which disputes between members of society can be resolved
  2. Two functions of law
    To restrict the freedom of action of the individual

    To protect the individual from the arbitrary acts of those in authority
  3. Precedent
    • Based on the decisions of judges
    • A judge must:
    • -determine the facts
    • -identify the relevant legal principles
    • –apply those principles to arrive at a decision.
    • rIt is the judge’s statement of the law that itself becomes part of the law.
  4. Employment legislation
    Three major roles
    1. Provides framework for employer - employee relationships

    2. Sets minimum terms and conditions of employment

    3. Regulates workplace standards and conditions
  5. Sources of Employment Law
    • Statutes ( legislation) 
    • Case Law (precedent)
    • Employment agreements
    • Other sources e.g workplace policies
  6. IPP
    Information Privacy Principles
  7. Private Law
    • Private Law
    • Torts
    • Company Law
    • Property Law
    • Law of Trusts
    • Succession
    • Employment Law
  8. Public Law
    • Administrative Law
    • Environmental Law
    • Constitutional Law
    • Revenue Law
    • Criminal Law
    • Local Government Law
  9. Legislation
    • Any document passed with authority of parliament.
    • Includes statues:
    • Public acts
    • Local Acts
    • Private Acts
  10. Municipal/ Domestic Law
    Laws applicable within jurisdiction of a single sovereign state
  11. Employment Legislation- Three major roles
    • 1. Provides framework for employee- employer relationships
    • 2. Sets minimum terms and conditions of employment
    • 3. Regulates workplace standards and conditions
  12. 12 Information Privacy Principles
    • 1. Purpose 
    • 2. Source
    • 3. From Subject
    • 4. Manner of collecting
    • 5. Duration
    • 7. Correction
    • 8. Accurate
    • 9. Access
    • 10. Limits
    • 11. Limiting disclosure
    • 12. No unique identifiers
  13. Sources of employment law
    • Statutes (legislation)
    • Case Law (precedent)
    • Employment agreements
    • Other sources, e.g workplace
  14. Reasons why the treaty is ignored
    • Government failed to implement terms of treaty
    • Administrative decisions
    • Courts refuse to recognise treaty as creating enforceable rights in law

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