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Is Anderson's Advocacy Limited? Sign up with us instead, Anderson Employment Law Advocacy (under the Win Kiwi Group). We are qualified employment advocates, the right Andersons for the case. "No win, no fee" solutions.

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Is Anderson's advocacy limited ?

Anderson Employment Law Advocacy (this website), the Win Kiwi Group, No Win No Fee Kiwi Limited, and Employer Help Limited - all of those groups and entities are not limited in advocacy in any way. We are the real deal.

Professionalism, correct, articulate and effective representation in employment disputes is very important if you want to achieve success. Just because an employment advocate has a website, an 0800 number, and is advertising on Google Ads does not mean that they are going to be right for you or that they will do a good job.

Employment advocacy representatives are permitted under Section 236 of the Employment Relations Act 2000 to practice employment law. They are not required to have qualifications and many have not undertaken any formal dispute resolution training. There are employment advocates out there that want to negotiate a settlement for you with your employer or former employer, but the advocate has never read a book on negotiation, and they have no idea what the hell they are doing. There are Charlatans in this industry (a person falsely claiming to have a special knowledge or skill) that you should avoid.

We are professional, qualified, highly educated, experienced, skilled, and we get excellent results for our clients.

Examples of Limited Advocacy include

  • Lack of literacy and numeracy skills.
  • Letters and emails written for you are full of spelling and gramatical errors.
  • No formal or professional training in advocacy.
  • Use of poor and expletive language.
  • Never represented a case before the Employment Relations Authority
  • Never represented a case before the Employment Court
  • Not being able to articulate how a dismissal or disadvantage is unjustifiable other than saying: "They [the employer] didn't follow 103A".

Be careful who you choose to take your case. Make sure you know who is taking your case for you and what qualifications and experience they have.

Choose the right Andersons. Sign up with us today.

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Last Updated: October 29, 2022 0800 WIN KIWI