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The bubbles are back! Those first few days of working from home last week were a novelty for many. However, with the lockdown looking likely to extend, people may start to find the experience more challenging.

For people leaders, managing teams remotely can be a big shift. It requires you to be much more intentional in your approach to checking in on your people, as you don’t have the same opportunities to informally check in with the team as you do in an office environment.

FairWay remains open across all Alert Levels.

While at Alert Level 4 and Alert Level 3, our team will be working from home and delivering services through our virtual office.   

 

What does this mean? 

Dispute Resolution and the Brain: fight, flight, freeze and fawn

Written by Jess McPherson

Wellington is at Alert Level 2. The rest of New Zealand is at Alert Level 1. These Alert Levels are in effect from 6pm on Wednesday 23 June until 11:59pm on Tuesday 29 June 2021.
After separation, it can be hard to continue parenting together. But what if you never parented together to begin with? In this case study, an FDR mediator assists parents to make a start.

FairWay Resolution Limited, New Zealand’s specialist dispute resolution and conflict management organisation, has promoted Samantha de Coning to the role of Head of Practice.

Written by Will Story for the Family Advocate, Autumn 2021

On 30 January 2021, the Trusts Act 2019 (the Act) came into effect. This overdue overhaul of the workings of the old Trustee Act 1956 has been widely commented on by trust lawyers and there is a wealth of material to digest on the topic if you are light on some bedtime reading!