Anna joined the consultancy in June 2015 as a Senior Associate and was appointed CEO in April 2019.
Anna focusses on both the leadership and management of the consulting business, ensuring we continue to deliver high quality practical employment relations solutions for New Zealand employers and employees.
With extensive experience in employment relations and dispute resolution Anna is also available to assist clients in all areas of employment. Anna is a professional mediator, having led thousands of mediations to resolution involving a broad range of issues. She has worked in a number of different jurisdictions including employment, commercial, human rights, sports, weathertight and tenancy.
Over recent years Anna has specialised in the more complex conflicts that can arise within employment which are often difficult to define but have a significantly detrimental effect in the workplace such as bullying. Anna often works with large groups and is able to tailor her approach to fit the particular issues and people involved.
Anna also has significant experience assisting parties in collective bargaining and has been involved in some of New Zealand’s most high profile industrial relations disputes in recent history. Anna has mediated bargaining impasses across a number of different industries including transport, education, energy, retail and healthcare.
Anna has both a Bachelor of Laws and Arts from Auckland University and was admitted as a barrister and solicitor of the High Court in 2003 (although she does not hold a current practicing certificate). She has also lectured in Employment Relations for Unitec. Anna has advanced mediation accreditation with Resolution Institute, is a Member of the Institute of Directors, and is also an accredited Conflict Coach, which enables her to work one on one with individuals to address issue of conflict and to develop conflict management processes.
Anna also designs and delivers a significant number of presentations and workshops for large conferences and for smaller teams.
Paul established the Paul Diver Associates Employment Relations consulting business in 1991 and grew the business into what it is today, Three60 Consult.
Paul Diver is highly experienced in collective bargaining, strategic employment relations, organisation development and change management. Paul has represented and advocated for employers across a wide range of business and organisation sectors and has been consistently successful in creating high level results for those clients.
With decades of years experience in collective agreement bargaining with a strong focus on a shared interest based approach, Paul creates “win-win” situations and is known for his ability to build positive working relationships between parties.
Paul is a law graduate of the University of Canterbury and was admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court in 1979 (Paul does not however hold a Practicing Certificate from the Law Society). Paul is also an Associate of the Arbitrators’ and Mediators Institute of New Zealand, and a member of the Employment Law Institute of New Zealand.
With Anna Jones leading the business as Chief Executive Officer, Paul’s prime focus is on growing the business, Collective Agreement bargaining, strategic ER, and change leadership.
Joining the team in early 2019 with over 20 years’ human resources experience, Adrian has extensive knowledge in both New Zealand and Australia in all areas of employment and industrial relations. Adrian has acted as the advocate in collective bargaining, resolving disputes and grievances in the Employment Relations Authority and Fair Work Commission, mediations, and presented to government working groups and select committees on proposed changes and amendments to employment legislation.
Adrian has a practical and pragmatic approach to assist organisations align their employment relations and business strategy, while developing constructive ongoing relationships. He carefully ensures the links in employment terms and conditions, performance frameworks and how change is managed, drives improved business outcomes.
Having worked in all areas of human resources, Adrian is also accomplished in employment investigations, change management, restructures, remuneration systems, coaching and supporting senior leaders in personal development and implementing organisational change. With accreditation in a number of organisational change and culture assessment, remuneration framework tools – such as Human Synergistics LSI/GSI and Strategic Pay’s SP10 job evaluations, Adrian brings combined HR tools and employment relations experience to benefit our clients.
At Three60 Consult, Adrian is involved in assisting our clients in collective bargaining, dispute resolution and advising on all areas of employment practice.
Campbell has a breadth and depth of investigation experience gained initially with the New Zealand Police and later with a commercial and people centric focus gained while at Wesfarmers owned Bunnings, Deloitte Forensic and most recently with DHL.
Campbell has carried out criminal and employment investigations, interviewing and gathering evidence to support or refute allegations and complaints made. Campbell capably supports our clients with workplace investigations to ensure that best practice processes and procedures are followed.
As for mediation and conflict resolution, Campbell has extensive experience gained within a Policing and Commercial setting. His strengths lie in his ability to quickly gain and build the trust of parties involved in a conflict, combined with a willingness to explore the development of pragmatic solutions. Currently, Campbell’s primary area of work is in the area of ongoing employment relationships.
At Three60 Consult Campbell is involved in all areas of employment relations and our clients benefit from his wealth of practical operational experience.
John has almost 30 years’ experience as an Employment Relations specialist and Human Resources professional, both in New Zealand and overseas.
He has worked in advisory, consulting and management roles across a wide range of industries – large and small, multi-national and local.
Over the years, John has worked with many line supervisors, senior managers and business owners, helping them to deal with their employment concerns and people-related issues more effectively. John has been a Chartered Member of the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand (CMHRNZ) for the past 15 years and his hands-on experience is complimented by a solid foundation of UK-based academic study, including a Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management. John is also a PSPLA-registered private investigator and has conducted numerous workplace disciplinary investigations.
Over the past decade, John has worked extensively with many small business owners, recognising their need to have the confidence that they are not only doing the right thing when it comes to managing their staff, but that they are doing it the right way too. Although not a lawyer by profession, John is very well versed in NZ Employment Law and keeps himself up to date with developing case law, thus enabling him to give advice that is at the same time legally compliant yet pragmatic in its approach.
Sarah first joined the consultancy in August 2010, having gained generalist human resources experience from working in the United Kingdom. Following a period of time focusing on her young family, Sarah has recently re-joined Three60 Consult as a Senior Associate.
Sarah has highly developed employment relations skills and offers her clients practical advice, support and advocacy at every level. Having worked with some of the consultancy’s biggest clients, Sarah has managed multiple restructuring and change management projects, collective bargaining, disciplinary and performance management issues, disputes and personal grievances (including representation at Mediation and the Employment Relations Authority), drafting employment agreements and policies, managed recruitment assignments, and delivered customised training sessions.
As a skilful problem-solver, Sarah ably assists clients with complex matters; researching and providing written opinions and practical advice. She has advised clients on a number of restraint of trade, and independent contractor verses employee disputes and has specialist expertise in the technical area of Part 6A of the Employment Relations Act (continuity of employment where employees’ work is affected by restructuring).
Raymond joins Three60 Consult with 22 years’ of experience as an Employment Advocate, working with unions and employers in all matters associated with the employment relationship.
He has worked with employees and management teams across a diverse and wide-ranging group of industries/sectors including Aged Care, District Health Boards, Engineering, Manufacturing and more. Over this period, Raymond has worked with many business leaders and employees within a wide range of organisations and sectors, including multinational corporations, to resolve employment issues. He has provided professional and technical advocacy for renewal of Employment Agreements, both Collective or Individual, and creating policies for organisations.
He has experience in contract interpretation, and has good understanding of the Employment Relations Act 2000 and its Amendments, especially Part 6A Vulnerable Employees, Availability Provisions, Holidays Act 2003 and its Amendments, Equal Pay Act and its Amendments. Raymond has managed multiple restructures, management of change, and has experience with remuneration systems including Skills Based Pay Systems and incentive schemes.
Raymond has worked on numerous disciplinary matters, preparing for and advocating in investigations so that compliance is achieved throughout the process, including WorkSafe Inspectorate Investigations. Raymond uses his technical experience to achieve outcomes for the client to meet the organisation’s goals and aspirations with a proven record of results orientated, interest-based solutions.
Raymond has managed staff for over 5 years with a proven record of leading outcomes through advice and mentoring that enables organisation’s objectives to be achieved. He is a proven problem solver when complex matters arise in the employment relationship.