Workplace Investigations

Workplace investigations can be time-consuming and deciding the best approach can be challenging for any business.

There are many reasons why a formal investigation should be considered; ranging from serious misconduct, discrimination, allegations of bullying or harassment.

Those hired to act as independent employment investigators are acting as private investigators under section 5 of the Private Security Personnel and Private Investigators Act 2010. Accordingly, external workplace investigators must either be licensed, or be a lawyer holding a practising certificate from the New Zealand Law Society.

Using our experienced licensed investigators to complete a workplace investigation when an incident has occurred, ensures an external focus and a legally robust and efficient process.

Our workplace investigators have the appropriate licence, skills, experience and access to formal channels for making complaints.


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  • Experienced in all
    aspects of investigations

    • Investigations and the relevant law
    • Strategies to avoid bias
    • Establishing rapport
    • Interview techniques
    • Confidentiality
    • Gathering relevant evidence
    • Investigative report writing
    • Ethical issues