Senior Employment Advocate

Through my legal writing, research skills, and effective communication with all parties, I will present your case with the strongest argument possible.  I do this at the same time as protecting your dignity during what can be a challenging and upsetting process.

I will navigate you through your employment issue in a way that ensures you feel heard, understood and supported. Kam Bailey, Employment Law Advocate Work Law Ltd

9 Years of Experience in Employment Law

Kam has extensive experience with assisting clients with raising grievances and attending mediation with employees from high executive positions such as CEO’s and General Managers right through to employees who make up the rest of the rest of the workforce in a variety or roles such ranging from customer service, banking, retail, food and hospitality. She has seen a wide range of clients over her 9 years of experience as being an advocate for Employees.

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What clients say about Kam

No Win No Fee
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by Toni, Auckland on No Win No Fee
Expertise and professionalism that I was ecstatic to find in an Employment Advocate

I was very impressed by the excellent professional services provided by Work Law, particularly, Kam Bailey who took my case in Auckland while she is based in New Plymouth. She flew to Auckland to attend my mediation. Kam is caring, empathetic, and has in-depth experience in navigating the complexities of NZ Employment Law. She delivers on her promises, is a pillar of support during the most challenging aspects of the process and with her calm assurance, knowledge and tenacity, she helps ensure a positive and timely outcome. I cannot begin to thank her enough. She was always happy to help, willing to answer my numerous queries, alleviated my concerns and demonstrated an expertise and professionalism that I was ecstatic to find in an Employment Advocate. If in the unfortunate event I do need help in the Employment Law arena again I will call Kam from Work Law.

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