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June Hardacre

June Hardacre



  • Health and Safety
  • Employment

WSG Practice Industries


June is a Senior Associate in the Auckland employment department and has broad experience in all aspects of both New Zealand employment and health and safety law and regularly advises clients on:

- executive appointments and terminations;
- restraints of trade and protection of confidential information;
- performance and disciplinary processes;
- restructuring, redundancy and outsourcing programmes;
- industrial relations and collective bargaining matters, including litigation of such disputes; and
- data protection and employee privacy issues and disputes.

June is also instructed by clients to advise on and lead employee investigations regarding acceptable conduct, bullying, and harassment. In the regulatory space, June has been involved in advising clients in respect of the financial services industry wide regulatory review into incentive practices that is being undertaken following the Australian Royal Commission and the New Zealand regulator’s conduct and culture review.

June regularly attends mediation for her clients and has been involved in litigation at all levels of the New Zealand court system. June has significant experience in acting for both private and listed companies in the financial services, transport, manufacturing, and pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors.

June practiced at a magic circle firm in London for several years, and at another top tier New Zealand law firm prior to that.
Areas of Practice

Employment | Health and Safety


COVID-19 Vaccinations: The Workplace Essentials
MinterEllisonRuddWatts, November 2021

As New Zealand gets ready for the new traffic light system and living with COVID all employers should be taking steps to address the risks that COVID-19 presents in the workplace and how these risks can be best managed. There are a lot of questions being raised. We have put together this short guide and flowchart of the things that all employers of sizes should be considering and putting in place now...

Can we vaccinate? Yes, we can.
MinterEllisonRuddWatts, October 2021

COVID-19 vaccinations are now on the list of topics to avoid at dinner parties (which are still virtual for those of us in Auckland). Globally, we have seen COVID-19 vaccinations create mixed emotions around civic responsibilities and bodily autonomy, and spark protests in breach of many “stay at home” orders...

Financial services and New Zealand’s COVID-19 strategy
MinterEllisonRuddWatts, September 2021

Auckland moved to Level 3 of the COVID-19 alert system from 11.59 pm on Tuesday 21 September 2021, while the rest of New Zealand remains at Level 2 as provided by theCOVID-19 Public Health Response (Alert Level Requirements) Order (No 12) 2021(Order). The Government guidelines on how financial service businesses and staff should operate areherefor Alert Level 3 andherefor Alert Level 2 (the Guidelines)...

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