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Employment Law

From the outset, we work to ensure our clients are entering into an employment agreement well advised and the contract structured to achieve a harmonious employment relationship in the future.
 
When it comes to dealing with disputes that do arise, our approach is to give our clients every opportunity to work towards a mutually acceptable outome.
 
We advise on: 
  • Disciplinary procedures.
  • Holiday, retirement and parental leave issues.
  • Human rights, discrimination and disability compliance.
  • Individual and collective employment contracts.
  • Occupational Safety and Health.
  • Procedures for hiring and dismissing employees.
  • Redundancy and restructuring.
  • Resolving and negotiating employment disputes.
  • Sexual harassment in employment.
  • The Privacy Act 1993.
Please contact us for advice or further information about our services.

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