Fortunately, Three60 can supply in-house HR and ER assistance to those who need a more robust HR department. We will provide ongoing support and take on tasks necessary to build a healthy and productive working environment.
By engaging with us, you will be electing us to be one of your own.
Disciplinary processes and performance management can be challenging. With our guidance, we can help you navigate these processes safely and successfully.
We take a pragmatic approach to personal grievances and disputes to minimise cost and stress.
By identifying your needs, we can develop and implement restructuring processes that best align with your goals.
Through our flexible processes, we can build an effective policy that will assist in managing drug and alcohol problems in the workplace.
Our conflict resolution experts provide experienced and tailored solutions for all types of conflict.
We can help you develop effective policies and procedures to help avoid toxic workplace behaviours.
Our experienced and licenced investigation specialists conduct robust and thoughtful investigations providing employers with useful information with the least amount of disruption to the workplace.
Whilst we are located in Auckland, our clients are based throughout Australia, Auckland, Christchurch and everywhere in between. If you’re outside of Auckland and need employment relations advice, advocacy or assistance, we travel or work remotely. Give us a call, send an email to the office, or email a member of our team (from Our People page) and we will promptly answer your query.
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