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Were You Dismissed Unfairly or Wrongfully? Knowing the Difference

Do you feel that you have been unfairly dismissed or wrongfully terminated? Do you just want a fair shake but are unsure where to turn?

These days, employment law can be incredibly tricky to navigate. You’ll want the right team of qualified, knowledgeable employment advocates on your side to help you through the legal process, start to finish.

Good news: we are here to support you.

From the moment you lodge a personal grievance right through to the settlement phase, our dedicated team of employment professionals is here for you every step of the way. If necessary, we can defend you in your workplace and all the way to your disciplinary hearing or mediation. We will tirelessly stand up for your rights at all stages of your claim.

You only have 90 days from the end of your employment to raise a personal grievance with the employer. A crucial part of this task is understanding the difference between unfair dismissal and wrongful termination.

Our employment advocates have unparalleled knowledge of both statutory and contract law, with a specialty in NZ Employment Law. We have the experience to assess the specifics of your situation so we can advise you correctly and concisely. You can trust in our outstanding track record of defending clients with all types of employment claims. We’ve built a solid reputation through a consistent stream of proven results.

If you feel that all or any combination of the following apply to your situation, you may be entitled to substantial compensation:

  • The employer did not have a good reason to dismiss you;
  • The process was unfair; or
  • The employer did not take the necessary steps before your dismissal

Let us fight for your rights and earn you the monetary damages you deserve.

Here at Employment Equity Limited – 0800 Dismissed, we believe that everyone deserves access to justice. For this reason, we work on a no win no fee basis — this means that we only charge a fee if we are successful in obtaining a financial settlement for you.

Why do we do this? The answer is simple: we love to help people. If we cannot help, we charge no fee — so you can rest assured that our employment advocates have your best interests in mind.

Don’t wait! Call us now to speak with our talented team of employment advocates and get the compensation you deserve. We are standing by to speak with you.

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