New Zealand Employment Law Specialists

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At Work Fair, we provide No Win, No Fee legal services for employment matters within New Zealand

We believe that everyone should have access to quality employment law services, regardless of their language ability or financial situation.

We are experts in resolving conflicts and disputes in the work place, experienced negotiators and aim to resolve any complex employment issues quickly and efficiently, we offer an initial consultation free of charge to discuss any employment issues you may be facing.

When you contact us, we will assess your case and assign it to the Employment Advocate best suited to help you.

Our services are available in English and Chinese/Mandarin.


Employers may need to restructure or make someone redundant to survive financially, but there must still be a fair process with reasonable steps in place.

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Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment is viewed objectively, considering whether the conduct was unwelcome or offensive, from the perspective of the complainant.

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Racial Harassment

The person who is harassing the employee doesn’t have to intend for it to be racial harassment, it depends on how the employee is affected.

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90 Day Trial Period

The 90 day trial clause is not bulletproof. If it is not used correctly, employees can still raise a personal grievance for an unjustified dismissal.

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Exit Packages

An exit package, also known as a settlement agreement or severance package, is an agreement that you will resign in return for payment or benefits.

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For a “No Win – No Fee” case, you are not required to pay any upfront costs to pursue your personal grievance.

When our Employment Law Advocates work on a No Win No Fee case, you can be assured they will be aiming to get you the highest settlement they can, in the shortest time frame possible.

“No Win, No Fee” is appropriate for situations where there is a probability of a monetary settlement.

An Employment Law Advocate will be in contact with you to discuss your case in more detail within 48 hours.