We believe a successful organisation starts with highly engaged workplace relationships. Three60 Consult are New Zealand’s experts in developing, improving, and sustaining employer and employee relationships.
With over 30 years of working at the very centre of the relationships between New Zealand employers and their employees, we’ve learnt that what helps relationships, helps business.
Our decades of collective experience working, accumulated knowledge, understanding of people – and what we call our pragmatic wisdom – allows us a unique perspective. We see through the uncertainty, beyond the complexity and lead participants constructively to a way through to help our clients achieve the outcomes they want.
Our approach is to identify the underlying cause of the matter and get to the very heart of the issue. First, we listen. Then we act with purpose, always in the best interests of our clients, building long-term solutions based on strong foundations, rather than short-term band aids. This is where certainty can be brought to uncertainty and real, lasting change can be made.
If there’s a matter that affects the relationship between employer and employee – we have the expertise that gets results.
We are Three60 Consult.
New Zealand’s most effective workplace relations experts.
Mediation is a process for individuals or groups, who are in any type of conflict, to work with a mediator to discuss the problems, identify key issues and explore practical ways to resolve or manage the conflict. No matter how complex or entrenched a matter is, we believe mediation is a powerful tool in assisting parties to resolve their differences and find a way to positively move forward. The process is a flexible one, with our mediators adapting to the needs of the parties and enabling solutions based outcomes.
Join us for this timely and insightful webinar on the possible changes the new (to be) Coalition Government may make to employment legislation and landscape. Employment experts James Crichton, Barrister and Employment Law Specialist, and Madeline Wrigley,
Workplace conflicts are like unwanted guests – they tend to show up uninvited and disrupt the harmony. Understanding the root causes of these conflicts is an important first step toward finding effective solutions. Here, we
With a National Party, ACT and NZ First government on the way, we thought it would be good to be reminded of how some of their election campaign promises might impact employment relations. Each of