No matter where you are in New Zealand, we have you covered.
When you contact us, you’ll speak to an experienced and highly knowledgeable consultant straight away. Our consultants will be able to answer all of your questions, give over the phone cost estimates and draft written proposals.
We have experienced licensed investigators and workplace mediators ready to help manage workplace matters in Auckland and across the North Island.
Need workplace investigators, mediators or policy advice in Christchurch and surrounds? Contact us to discuss how we can help to resolve your matter.
Here are the answers to some commonly asked questions.
Our investigators are used to mobilising quickly. In most cases, we are able to start within a few days to a week at most.
Yes! All new and potential clients get to speak directly with our General Manager, who is an experienced workplace investigator.
The duration of an investigation is dependent on many factors but, in most cases, investigations will take between 30 and 45 days.
Yes! At the conclusion of the investigation, we provide a detailed report containing all of the evidence, our findings, an explanation of how we reached our findings and recommendations if requested. Our reports are designed to give you as much information as possible to help you make sound decisions.
We provide free ongoing advice to our clients in relation to the matter that was investigated and how to manage the participants moving forward. We also provide free advice in relation to any future internally managed investigations.
No, we cannot conduct investigations on behalf of employees. In order to conduct a thorough workplace investigation, your employer needs to give us access to all of the potential witnesses and documents we’ll need to make findings of fact. However, you can express your desire for your employer to engage an external specialist to conduct an investigation into your complaint. Generally, employers will comply with such requests, however it will be up to your employer as to who they engage to conduct the investigation.