WORK LAW LTD IS a full service EMPLOYMENT LAW FIRM
no win no fee
EMPLOYMENT LAW ADVOCATES
Like Employment Lawyers our Employment Advocates can represent you in all legal matters in the area of employment law. We are a No Win No Fee full service employment law firm.
Employment Law 2020
Regular employment law applies to all employment relationships – regardless of the circumstances that we find ourselves in. This includes anything that has been agreed to in an employment agreement. nzgovt
Just like an Employment Lawyer An Employment Advocate can be your legal representation at mediation. We will ensure you are prepared to attend and will state your case . Often we can negotiate an exit with your employer or the employment lawyer before the mediation.
Covid 19 – Coronavirus
Lost your job due to Covid-19?
We Help Employees and Employers to resolve employment problems
When you engage us to act on your behalf we can often resolve the issue very quickly by discussing the issue with the other party or their lawyer.
We will advise you of what to do next, and we can often work for you on a contingency basis / also called No Win No Fee.
“The Employment Relations Authority has made it clear that it is an employer’s obligation to ensure they follow their own policies and the required legal processes, and where this does not occur an employee will always have a valid claim,”
WHAT DOES NO WIN NO FEE MEAN?
This means that when we are negotiating a settlement on your behalf we will only charge a fee if we win your case. The exception is when we are trying to save your job and there will be no financial outcome, eg Disciplinary Meetings.
CONTACT US FOR A FREE CASE EVALUATION
You can trust us to listen
Statistics prove that legal representation for employees by an employment lawyer or employment law advocate improves your chance of a successful outcome. You have nothing to lose by having a free chat with an Employment Law Advocate.
You can email us using the form below. When you receive the automated reply to your email please reply with any correspondence you have received from your employer regarding your job loss.