Your Specialist Nelson Employment Lawyer

 

Nick Mason

Often employment relationships can face difficulties which is a stressful time for both employers and employees.  Nick Mason from Pitt & Moore enjoys being able to help his clients navigate through those issues with a view to getting the best result for his clients.  His goal at all times is to get the best outcome possible.

Nick has extensive mediation experience and has appeared in the Employment Relations Authority and the Employment Court.  Nick works with both employers and employees and assists a number of major corporations in the Nelson region.

Employment is something that affects nearly all of us.  We spend a huge part of our lives working for, working with and managing other people.  It is important to make sure that the arrangements and processes are in place to make these relationships run as smoothly as possible.

A fundamental document as part of the employment relationship is the Employment Contract.  We can assist with drafting or reviewing Employment Contracts ensuring that your interests are protected, and that appropriate provisions are made specific to the type of employment.

Nick Mason is a specialist in Employment Law.  He works with clients in all employment issues including:

  • Review of Employment Agreements and Contracts
  • Preparation of Employment Agreements and Contracts
  • Disciplinary meetings
  • Serious Misconduct
  • Mediation support
  • Personal Grievances
  • Restraints of trade
  • Drug and alcohol policies

"I really enjoy the opportunity to help take the stress and mystery out of the employment processes for my clients.  Employment law is constantly changing as it is based around human relationships and so with the benefit of experience I can help our clients achieve the best outcome for them."
- Nick Mason

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