The Resolution Process

If mediation does not resolve the issues, a personal grievance can be filed with the Employment Relations Authority which will investigate and make a decision on the matter. Expert advice and representation will give you the best possible result.If you disagree with the Authority’s findings you can appeal it to the Employment Court.

Many employment lawyers charge outrageous fees.We are employment advocates, and we do not take a commission, but charge a reasonable hourly rate. We also provide payment options and we are legal aid providers. If you have any questions please call us.

While some of IRT staff are legally trained and have different qualifications we are Employment Advocates and not  Employment Lawyers.  

Representation at Mediation

Mediation is the primary problem-solving mechanism under the Employment Relations Act 2000 to help resolve an employment relationship problem such as a personal grievance. Representation at mediation is critical to helping you make decisions that work for you.

Employment Relations Authority/Employment Court

If mediation does not resolve the issues, a personal grievance can be filed with the Employment Relations Authority which will investigate and make a decision on the matter. Expert advice and representation will give you the best possible result. If you disagree with the Authority’s findings you can appeal it to the Employment Court.

Many employment lawyers charge outrageous fees. We are employment advocates, and we do not take a commission, but charge a reasonable hourly rate. We also provide payment options, and we are legal aid providers. If you have any questions, please call us.

While some of IRT staff are legally trained and have different qualifications, we are Employment Advocates and not Employment Lawyers.