Coromandel Workers Council, dedicated to fostering workplace equity, provides essential services to empower both workers and businesses in understanding and exercising their rights and responsibilities. As advocates for workers on the Coromandel Peninsula, our vision is to ensure a fair and just working environment. Explore our site today to access valuable resources and support that promote equality in the workplace.
Are you facing challenges in your workplace? Uncertain about your employment agreements? Worried about signing a contract for a new job? Look no further! The Coromandel Workers Council is here to support and advocate for you.
At Coromandel Workers Council, we understand that navigating the complexities of the modern workplace can be daunting. That's why we're dedicated to empowering employees like you, ensuring fairness and safeguarding your rights.
Our experienced team of employment advocates is ready to lend a helping hand. Whether you're dealing with issues like unfair treatment, unjust terminations, wage disputes, or any other concerns related to your employment, we're here to listen, guide, and fight for your best interests.
Don't let workplace challenges overwhelm you. Our confidential consultations provide a safe space for you to discuss your concerns, ask questions, and gain clarity about your rights. We'll help you decipher those sometimes complicated employment agreements and assess whether signing a new contract is in your best interest.
Get in touch with us today and take the first step towards resolving your workplace concerns.
We will only charge a fee if we end up working with you to resolve an employment matter. Our fee structure will be made clear to you from the beginning so you know exactly how much you will pay once the matter has been resolved.
The Coromandel Workers Council (CWC) was founded in October 2020. Our purpose is to champion the rights of workers across the picturesque Coromandel Peninsula (Te Tara-o-te-Ika a Māui) while fostering equitable workplaces through comprehensive support and services for both employees and businesses.
Comprised of a passionate and committed team, we strive to create a working environment where all workers and business owners possess a clear understanding of their rights and responsibilities. Our motivation to establish the CWC stemmed from the recognition that workers require robust support, effective advocacy, and robust representation within their workplaces throughout the Coromandel region.
Furthermore, we acknowledge the unique challenges faced by individuals in accessing information about workers' rights and navigating the associated complexities in our remote part of Aotearoa New Zealand. It is our unwavering commitment to ensure that everyone can easily access the answers and assistance they need, eliminating barriers to knowledge and support.
Rather than attempting to form our own union, we sought to leverage the expertise and knowledge of One Union, known as the "best little union for workers." Through this dynamic collaboration, we have formed a fruitful partnership where One Union undertakes the heavy lifting involved in addressing workplace issues, enabling us to better serve the needs of workers and businesses alike.
At the heart of our operations, the CWC operates as a registered charity and not-for-profit organisation, driven by our passion to empower workers, promote fairness, and advocate for positive change in the workplace across the Coromandel Peninsula.