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Longer term problems and challenges.

The recent earthquakes will have caused many emotions and disruptions. With parts of New Zealand still cut-off or recovering, many employers will be eager to know how to meet their employment obligations and how best to support their staff.

In this second webinar we will look at more ongoing and longer term challenges. In this session, find out:

  •  Employment law obligations in the longer term
  •  The four phases of recovery and support to staff
  •  How to monitor changing needs during recovery
  •  Redundancies and end of termination
  •  Dealing with expectations and maintaining equity
  •  How shock and trauma can lead to burnout
  •  How to help staff experiencing anxiety, depression or PTSD
  •  Tips for long term wellbeing
  •  Leadership behaviour of supervisors
  •  Self-care tips for managers and employers.


This webinar will give employers the confidence to effectively manage and support staff through longer term effects of the earthquakes.

Attendees will be able to identify their employment law obligations relating to dealing with longer term effects of the earthquakes.


Business Owners, CEOs, Managers, Human Resource Professionals, Team Leaders, anyone who employs or manages staff across every profession and industry, including government, education, law, accounting, construction, government, and hospitality, who have been directly or indirectly affected by the recent earthquakes


Michael Hempseed, Managing Director, Employee Solution Service Ltd

Julia Shallcrass, Employment Lawyer and Educator, Kiwiboss Limited





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