We investigate a wide range of issues, including:
We are also engaged to review aspects of workplace culture to find out what’s really going on.
Once you provide us with the terms of reference for an investigation, our role is ascertain the facts of the particular situation and prepare a full written report.
Armed with our independent report, you can decide on the proper course of action with confidence.
We do not decide on whether or not disciplinary action should be taken – that is your decision.
We also provide training on the conduct of investigations.
Our process is driven by client requirements, but typically involves the investigator:
Then you decide what disciplinary action, if any, is justified.
We are a team of professional investigators, with significant experience across all business sectors. We are members of the American Association of Workplace Investigators (AWI).
Justine is a very experienced workplace investigator. She holds a license as a Private Investigator issued by the Private Security Personnel Licensing Authority; and is a certificate holder of the American Association of Workplace Investigators (AWI).
She graduated with a Bachelor of Laws from University of Canterbury before starting her career in the Department of Corrections then the Ministry of Justice, with a stint in the BBC in London.
Over the last 20 years Justine has consulted to a wide variety of private and public sector clients. In recent years she has focused on workplace investigations and was one of the first in NZ to become a member of AWI. With a significant number of investigations and workplace reviews successfully completed, Justine is recognized for her integrity, commitment to the principles natural justice, interpersonal skills and insightful analysis.
firstname.lastname@example.org or 021 920 410.
Sam is a seasoned investigator and employment relations consultant.
He graduated with an LLB degree from the University of Canterbury before undertaking senior ER management roles in the private and public sectors, including IAG NZ, New Zealand Post, Manukau City Council, Civil Aviation Authority and University of Auckland.
Sam has undertaken a wide range of investigations. He is known for high integrity, a disciplined approach to the investigator role, clinical assessment with the benefit of wide practical experience and comprehensive written analysis and reporting.
email@example.com or 027 2727 295
Tony has spent a lifetime dealing with workplace performance and behaviour issues and the associated investigations and disciplinary processes.
He graduated with a BSc degree from the University of Auckland before undertaking senior ER management roles in the forestry and construction industries.
Over the last 30 years he has consulted to a wide range of organisations in both the private and public sectors. In an investigator role, Tony’s disciplined approach, personable style, determination and strong focus on the detail enables him to achieve superior results.
firstname.lastname@example.org or 021 920 323