advising & representing
employers from a wide
range of industries
BuckettLaw has extensive experience advising and representing employers from a range of industries and backgrounds across New Zealand. We have a proven track record in providing sage advice and strong and successful representation in employment disputes.
Whether you are a small, medium or large business, BuckettLaw can assist with your employment relations requirements.
Representation & Advocacy: Employment Relations Authority, Employment Court & Court of Appeal
Mediation & Negotiation
Negotiating Settlements & Exits
Enforcing Breaches of Restraints of Trade (Restrictive Covenants)
Enforcing Breaches of Contract (Employment & Contractor).
Defending Personal Grievances Claims.
Disciplinary Processes and Documentation
Theft & Misuse of Confidential Information
Hiring and Termination (Frameworks and Templates)
Performance Improvement Processes and Templates
Flexible Working Arrangements
Compliance with Privacy Act and Good Faith Information Requests
Medical Incapacity (Long Term Sickness) Processes & Advice
Employment Relations Documents: Employment and Contractor Agreements, Settlement Agreements and Organisational Policies & Procedures.
Health & Safety: Policy, Advice & Frameworks (including pandemic and emergency measures)
Organisational Change, Restructuring & Redundancies
HR & ER Advice & Organisational Audits
Policy & Procedure Documents & Processes
90-day Trial Periods
Good Faith, Trust and Confidence & Duty of Fidelity Issues
Fair and Reasonable Employer Requirements
BuckettLaw acted for a printing employer in relation to the sale of the business. This was a complex situation involving large sums of redundancy compensation as the result of numerous long-serving staff. We were involved in negotiations with the relevant unio...
BuckettLaw acted for a property company in relation to the recovery of confidential information removed by a former employee to set up business in competition. This involved the issuing of proceedings for an injunction, which saw the return of the property and...