Employment

Tohutohu Ture Kaimahi

Employment law is a key area of practice for Auld Brewer Mazengarb & McEwen. We offer a full range of legal services to our employer clients.

Areas of Advice

  • Recruitment
  • Preparation and review of employment agreements
  • Performance management
  • Disciplinary matters
  • Legislative compliance
  • Mediation
  • Resolving disputes including representation at the Employment Relations Authority and Employment Court
  • Collective bargaining
  • Restraint of trade
  • HSE advice including representation and prosecutions
  • Review of Policies
  • Immigration
  • Employing foreign workers

Highlights of our Work

  • Acting for large employers in the region
  • Being involved in national bargaining – aged care sector
  • Bargaining multi-employer agreements in oil and gas sectors
  • Acting for employers in test cases on reinstatement and incompatibility
  • Working with employers dealing with difficult, sensitive employment matters
  • Providing clients with regular updates
  • Working with international clients on acquisitions and restructures
  • Effectively dealing with restraint of trade issues between two employers

 

What our clients say about us:

“A key aspect of our working relationship with ABMM is the genuine business partnership we have in place. Our experience with ABMM’s employment relations team is highly successful due to the trust, collaborative approach, their high level of expertise and the knowledge they have acquired on understanding our people, the challenges and diversity within our businesses and the Local Government environment, and ultimately the advice they provide.  The ABMM team,  in particular Sean has professionally and pragmatically guided and supported us through significant change processes, industrial and employment relations matters to ensure outcomes are the best that they can be for our organisation.”

– NPDC Human Resources Team

“A big Thank you to Sean and Diana for the excellent, professional advice and fantastic results in resolving an employment matter.”

– From an Employer Client