The Workplace Law Approach
Workplace Law offers the full range of services that employers and employees expect from an experienced employment lawyer.
Margaret's approach is simple. She is committed to ensuring that once the job is done, you will be delighted you got her involved. You will receive personal service from start to finish.
"I talk in plain English. You won’t have any trouble understanding me. I’m not a fence-sitter. If you ask me, I’ll tell you what I would do if I was you. If you don’t have a great case, I’ll tell you why and I’ll plan a strategy to make the most of the case you have."
A primary aim of the Employment Relations Act 2000 is to encourage employers and employees to mediate and negotiate, and so avoid court proceedings. Margaret has strong negotiating skills, but sometimes all the negotiation in the world won’t fix a dispute. If you do end up in court, you will find Margaret to be a staunch and well-prepared advocate.
The First Meeting
Margaret will discuss four things with you at the outset:
- Your options.
- Your prospects of success.
- The best process to follow.
- The cost, and how to minimise it.