Triangles, privacy and a pandemic: navigating employment law in 2020

This newsletter discusses restructuring your business during a pandemic, understanding just what a triangular employment relationship is and what it means for you as an employer, and your new obligations under the Privacy Act 2020.… Read More

Trading through COVID-19 Alert Level 3, 2 and beyond – what employers need to know

This article sets out some useful employment law information for those considering significant changes to their business, including restructuring  and redundancies, as well as answers to frequently asked questions.… Read More

Dargaville lawyers WRMK are open to help

While our physical office doors are shut, our team of Dargaville lawyers are working from home through our digital office.… Read More

Employment update: COVID-19 – What employers need to know

If your business has suffered an actual loss, or prospective downturn, you might be looking at temporary or longer-lasting options. This note sets out some high-level guidance on the most common questions our clients are asking.… Read More

Employment law: what’s ahead in 2020?

This newsletter wraps up the progression of several key pieces of employment legislation in 2019, what’s ahead in 2020, and what it all means for employers.… Read More

A great treat for Halloween: helping Northland kids fight cancer

WRMK was delighted to support the Countdown Kids Appeal Quiz Night on 31 October 2019, fundraising for equipment for Whangarei Hospital’s whanau house.… Read More

Employment law: change is the new constant

We are in a period of significant uncertainty for both employers and employees. This article takes stock of what has changed, and looks ahead at what is likely to come.… Read More

WRMK Lawyers pull above their weight

The WRMK Lawyers team took part in the Whangarei South Rotary Club Fire Engine Pull on 6 April, to raise funds for the refurbishment of Domain Lodge.… Read More

Employment investigations – getting it right!

There are a minefield of legal problems that an under-resourced employer has to negotiate to successfully conclude an employment investigation, without falling foul of the procedural rules that abound.… Read More

The case for mediation

One way or another, I have been resolving other people’s conflicts for more than 25 years, and in the majority of conflicts one common theme is present.… Read More

1 2