Employee Promotions tend to be emotionally charged due to perceived favouritism. What are the guidelines?
Promotions in the workplace do tend to bring out an emotional response due to perceived favouritism and perceived employer subjectivity. Legal
- Labour relations act Section 186(2)
- Promotion is the elevation of an employee to a higher position within the organisation, accompanied by an increase in remuneration or benefits, stature and responsibility.
- The employer has made verbal or even a written promise to the acting employee that they would be promoted in the position they currently acting in.
- The employer has created a precedence of appointing or promoting acting employees into the positions in which they are currently acting in.