Part of this responsibility is to investigate all the relevant facts and ensure your response is appropriate. However, identifying the truth of a disputed matter is rarely a straightforward process.
As external investigators, we undertake investigations that are procedurally fair, logical, consistent, sufficiently detailed, and free from bias. Our expert investigators have experience dealing with complaints from operational to senior executive and board level across various industries.
After engaging with our experienced investigators, you will have the comfort of knowing that our processes will be legally robust and your people will be treated with care. Our detailed investigation reports can then be used to determine how to best respond to allegations and what action (if any) needs to be taken. Through our guidance, your workplace investigation will stand up to external scrutiny should any personal grievance arise.
Our flexible approach to problem-solving means we will investigate within boundaries set on your terms. We treat every investigation with the appropriate degree of dedication and discretion.
We are licensed private investigators under the Private Security Personnel Licensing Authority.
Allegations of misconduct against anyone on your team should be dealt with immediately to avoid further disruption or consequence.
We will thoroughly investigate any accusations of bullying and harassment, identifying toxic behaviours within the workplace.
Our investigations will observe whether or not employees are behaving within the guidelines set by your organisation’s expectations.
This less formal approach will examine the broader aspects of your business’ culture.
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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