If you’re looking for help with your employment issue and you don’t know what to do next just have a look through all the reviews below, then pick up the phone and give us a call so we can help you too !
Emma's guidance,help,hardwork,feedback,time and effort to help me with my situation is greatly greatly appreciated not only did Emma do her job, Emma also went above and beyond and I'll forever be greatful for Emmas services she truly is such a humble person so thank you thank you emma for all that you had done to help me with my situation like we said when we parted ways today let's hope we dont see each other again haha
I had and employment lawyer and ran out of money to keep paying for his services. He kindly suggested I call Work Law because they can take cases on a no win no fee basis. Shayne actually got me an even better result than my lawyer thought he could get so I was well pleased. Would definitely recommend.
I highly recommend utilising the very skillful, knowledgable and friendly team at WORKLAW Ltd.
With an issue as awkward and difficult as what I had and was experiencing, everything was easy to understand, and extremely straight forward. Thanks Jenifer from WORKLAW!!!
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He harassed, he bullied, he coerced and then he threatened anyone who dared to challenge his behaviour.
If only the repercussions in the New Zealand employment world for bullying in the workplace were so public, so easy to verify (the strength in the Weinstein case was the number of women who came forward with the same claims) and the justice so swift.
Employee claims of organisational bullying are not easy. They are difficult for both employees and employers.
Our advocates are more than happy to talk through your situation and identify what we can do to help and support you.
She is currently undertaking a law degree through the Auckland University of Technology (AUT).
DISMISSED IN YOUR TRIAL PERIOD?
Both employers and employees have rights under the trial period law
Can you still have a case for unjustified dismissal if you are terminated under the 90-day trial period?
If your employer gave you an agreement but didn’t tell you there was a 90-day trial provision, (depending on the circumstances) – you may be able to raise a claim for unjustified dismissal.
If you started work before you signed an agreement (which contained a 90-day trial provision) – you may be able to raise a claim for unjustified dismissal.
If your employment agreement fails to appropriately specify when your 90-day trial period started – you may be able to raise a claim for unjustified dismissal.
* There is a catch though – if you believe you have a claim – you need to ensure you raise it no later than 90 days after the termination of your employment.
So if you’ve been terminated under the 90-day trial provision in your agreement, give one of the team at WorkLaw a call on 0800 669 466 to have a look at your agreement and let us see what we can do to help, or email us via our contact form.