There are over 10 different ER legislative Acts that are related to people and the workplace. Even before you start the recruitment process, there are anti-discrimination and privacy laws you need to be aware of, not to mention all the other laws that apply once your employee starts work. Getting it wrong can create significant costs for your business, being liable for hefty fines, penalties, reparations, legal costs, compensation payments and lost wages.
Employment legislation and associated regulations are constantly changing. Further, with every change of government a new series of amendment bills is ignited. Minimum wage entitlements, employment conditions, health and safety regulations, privacy principles, human rights, and holiday pay are frequently being amended, but we can help you keep up!
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We stay up to date with current employment legislation so you don’t have to. We work in close partnership with our clients, providing advice and guidance on the legal requirements that apply to each unique workplace. By allowing us to get to know your business inside and out, we can proactively identify areas of potential risk and put in place strategies to mitigate those risks before any issues arise. Think of us as your on-call human resources and employment relations management team.
In an ever changing environment of legislation, case law, compliance, good faith bargaining and unchartered waters, it is reassuring to work with a party that knows their stuff, can provide creditable insight and advice on key decisions, strategies and assist with road mapping the way forward. Three60 Consult (formerly Paul Diver Associates) are such a team. A consultancy who know our business, understand our people, our culture and our objectives. Who tell us what we need to know, not necessarily what we want to hear.
Jackie Kennedy – Executive Assistant