Were Hiring Join Our Talented Team Of Er Specialists

Posted on: Aug 30, 2018

We have positions available in both our Conflict Resolution and ER Support Teams, for which we are looking for people with a strong understanding of the New Zealand employment relations jurisdiction and best practice ER/HR advice.  Depending on your level of experience and expertise, your work could involve a variety of things from employment agreements, policies, health and safety, disciplinary and performance matters, recruitment, restructuring and redundancies through to high level employment relations strategy, collective bargaining, dispute resolution, conflict management, mediations, investigations and change management.

We are also seeking highly experienced and specialised people in the areas of Minimum Entitlements (Minimum Wage Act, Holidays Act, Employment Relations Act etc), Collective Bargaining or Conflict Resolution, where you’ll join our team of experts, assist colleagues, and contribute to the development of our practice in your specialised area.

If you’re interested in working with us email [email protected] or call 0211160244 to learn more about the opportunities we have available.

Otherwise apply via Seek for one of our Employment Relations Specialist or Employment Relations Consultant positions.

Disclaimer

This article, and any information contained on our website is necessarily brief and general in nature, and should not be substituted for professional advice. You should always seek professional advice before taking any action in relation to the matters addressed.

Disclaimer

This article, and any information contained on our website is necessarily brief and general in nature, and should not be substituted for professional advice. You should always seek professional advice before taking any action in relation to the matters addressed.

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