Event: employment terminations

What happens after the termination of employment? Join our Christchurch-based employment law specialists for this in-person seminar, 4.30 – 6pm, Thursday 20 June.

Registrations essential. Spaces are limited, so please register now to secure your spot – click here.

Personal grievances on the increase
In the current economic environment, employers are increasingly facing personal grievances being pursued by ex-employees when their employment has been terminated – whether justified or not.

Ex-employees are more motivated to bring claims against their previous employer when the unemployment rate rises. This is being fuelled by the recent increased remedies being awarded by the Employment Relations Authority and Court.

Join us as we explore what happens after the termination of employment, with practical solutions to deal with:

  • How to properly undertake, without prejudice discussions;
  • Operating within the current settlement parameters;
  • Deciding whether to mediate or not mediate;
  • Employee advocates and lawyers;
  • Deciding whether the claim should be fought in the Employment Relations Authority;
  • The current trends in remedies awarded to employees?

Your presenters:

  • Managing Partner, Andrew Shaw
  • Special Counsel, Maria Green
  • Senior Solicitor, Elisabeth Giles
  • Senior Solicitor, Jack Whittam

Meet the team that makes
things simple.

Andrew Shaw
Gwen Drewitt
Maria Green
Elisabeth Giles
Jack Whittam

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