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The relationship between an employer and employee is based on mutual benefits and respect. Clear rules and guidelines ensures that friction and misunderstanding are limited. This will in turn promote a productive and positive work environment.Read more
It often happens that prospective employees are dishonest about their qualifications or experience and in certain instances, their criminal records. Sometimes employers only realise this after appointing the employee. Dishonesty is a serious offence and although the employee was not in your service when he/she lied to you, there was intent to mislead in order to gain employment. The employer may proceed with a disciplinary hearing to prove that the person lied and would not have been appointed had the employer known the truth
Once the employee has accepted the offer of employment, the employee has to provide a specific service to the employer in return for remuneration. If the employee is unable to provide such a service, it becomes difficult for the employment relationship to continue.