Cost Effective Employment Advocacy Service for EMPLOYEES in Auckland and Northland.
Workplace Bullying and Harassment cases a specialty. Personal grievances, redundancies, unfair dismissals, and support in disciplinary processes , mediation, and representation in Employment Relations Authority and Human Rights review Tribunal Hearings
I charge by the hour. First conversation FREE.
I provide any level of service you want. I will give you general advice about Employment Law,or I will advise you what to do in your own particular situation. I will tell you the important points you should make in letters you write to your employer, or I will write the letters on your behalf.
I will tell you what to say in disciplinary meetings, or I will come with you and support and represent you. I will negotiate with your employer on your behalf, arrange and support you in mediation, and if necessary, even represent you in the Employment Relations Authority or the Human Rights Tribunal.
At every stage of the process I will support you and tell you about the risks and benefits of all your options.
11th February 2015 "Upon doing research, David is NOT a registered or non-practicing psychotherapist despite charging common psychotherapist rates. His website makes a borderline statement misleading prospective clients into believing he is one, which could be argued as a violation of section 7 of the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003. Charging $120 an hour despite his website stating he charges $100 was also misleading.
He had managed to cause my supporting friend in our session to feel bullied, manipulated, and put down. Rather than slowing down and backtracking, even after directly being asked to, he had later started up a confrontational exchange again we had asked him not to do.
Speaking for myself, I was confused over half the session as to where he was going with tangents we weren't interested in discussing. I was caught off guard on the idea that a client had to play the role of counsellor to convince David to not take a disagreement personally and calm him down. Based on what I have seen, I don't at all think his demeanor would be safe or productive for anyone. I would not recommend him as a counsellor or therapist."