Human Resources Management

Training & Coaching

Employment Relations

Your HR business partner

Providing human resources, employment relations, remuneration and benefits expertise.

Many employers don’t have a requirement for their own human resources or  employment relations specialists in-house. HR Managers and teams can require specialist, or independent support or expertise.  Grow HR is a specialist consultancy dedicated to employers, their managers and in-house HR specialists that help with these areas of support.

Here's how we can help you

Employment Relations

Receive support and practical solutions appropriate to your business across the full range of employment and remuneration and benefit matters.

Managing Performance

Receive guidance on driving business success and improving performance through good people management.

Policies and Procedures

Receive simple, easy to use tools and processes that have been tailored to your operations.

Tailored Solution for your Business

Use our team’s expertise and experience and only pay for services required.

Expert Advice

Work directly with specialists and trusted partners focused on getting you business results.

Latest Articles

90-Day Trial Periods – Size No Longer Matters

The Government passed a Bill under urgency this week to restore the right for any employer to include a 90-day trial period in a new employment offer for an employee... Read More

Managing Public Holidays in 2024

If public holidays have the potential to cause disruption to your business operations and/or workforce management, consider transferring a public holiday by agreement.

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Christmas 2023 - Closedowns and Public Holidays

It's hard to believe it's nearly December already! Here's a quick overview what you need to be thinking about when it comes to how Closedowns and Public Holidays impact pay... Read More

Christmas Restructures

With an eye on the year-end, we’re noticing a seasonal bump in the volume of potential restructures being mooted. Driven in part by the lingering echoes of the global economic slowdown which are expected to reverberate through 2024, and exacerbated by geopolitical tensions and weather-related trade disruptions, the future remains uncertain for many New Zealand businesses.

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