This guide provides information on ‘disputes’ as defined in the Employment Relations Act 2000.
Under the Employment Relations Act 2000, “dispute” means a dispute about the interpretation,
application or operation of any employment agreement. Because of the transitional provisions of the
Act, this applies to employment contracts that were entered into under the Employment Contracts Act
1991, as well as employment agreements. A dispute is a separate and distinct type of employment
relationship problem. It may be about the express and/or implied terms of an agreement or contract.

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