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What can we do if an employee makes repeated complaints?

Q: An employee has overtly and repetitively stated (verbally and in writing) that they do not agree with or support the organisation's management structure, strategy, operational practices and mission. However, despite written responses – and investigations into these allegations where necessary – the employee continues to restate their position. However, the employee does want to continue working for the organisation. Would the repetitive complaints constitute repudiation of contract? Or is there an alternate avenue for us to take as the employment trust relationship is broken and unrepairable.

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