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Topic # 242175 14-Oct-2018 21:30
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Legitimate question as it happens no matter who is in government but why does it take so long for gardening leave investigations to happen. Current one and I only use this as an example.

 

https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/107766668/top-ministry-of-health-official-remains-on-leave-as-restructure-claims-position

 

This one has been going on for the last 4 months which is a short time for most of the ones I have seen and I can imagine it will probably be still be going 6 or 7 months from now.

 

I have never seen one where they are not on full pay which I can understand if it is an employment matter.

 

There have been noted cases of corrections as well as police where things have dragged out for over a year before a conclusion as well.

 

Surely these people are on employment agreements although maybe more concise than general one's however I just do not get the time involved.

 

I employ around 100 people and if there is anything that needs to be investigated it generally can be done in under a month including the conclusion.

 

 

 

Why so long??

 

 





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Lawyers.

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