We offer the full suite of employment relations and conflict resolution services, from recruitment to redundancy and everything in between.
EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS & HR ASSISTANCE
Advice and assistance regarding all aspects of Employment Relations, Human Resources and the management of workplace relationships
Interest based bargaining to create positive results, maintain workplace relationships and maximise engagement
MEDIATION & CONFLICT RESOLUTION
Effective and tailored solutions to resolve disputes and problems, workplace or otherwise, by engaging one of our impartial Mediators or Conflict Resolution Experts
AUDIT & COMPLIANCE
Helping ensure your obligations are met regarding wage and time records, the Holidays Act, and Health and Safety
Three60 Consult (formerly Paul Diver Associates) provides us with continual support, guidance and professional advice in relation to our, sometimes difficult, ER issues. We consistently get given the right advice that’s best for our company, meaning we always seem to come out on top. We are so thankful for this advice and consider the team at Three60 Consult as valuable members of our TS family.
Geoff Plunkett – Payroll HR Manager
Bronwyn Campbell – Area Manager New Zealand
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The Latest Updates
Government moves to extend Paid Parental Leave to 26 weeks with urgency
On 8th November, Minister for Workplace Relations and Safety Iain Lees-Galloway introduced a Bill to Parliament extending paid parental leave to 26 we
What might the employment landscape become under our new Government?
After nine years under a National Government, the employment landscape is about to be reshaped. While Labour, New Zealand First and the Greens all h
The First ‘Availability’ Case – Fraser v Mc Donald’s Restaurants (New Zealand) Limited
This is the first case in which section 67D of the Employment Relations Act (regarding availability provisions) has been considered by the Employment
Personal grievances costly to defend
The EMA has released its annual analysis of personal grievance cases heard at the Employment Relations Authority, and again it was a sorry story for e