Les J. Freeman BAppMgt. G. Dip.Bus. MHRINZ Acc. M.LEADR
With over 30 years human resource management experience, Les is able to provide up to date valid human resource and employment relations advice and support of international best practice standard.
Les graduated BAppMgt on 9 December 2011
As a LEADR accredited mediator Les can also support employers where independent assistance in employment relations problems are being sought and to address other disputes that may have previously led to civil action in the District Courts.
Les has also completed his training in Adult Teaching and has taught Human Resource Management to NZDiploma / undergraduate level. He can therefore work with businesses to tailor management training specific to your needs.
A Kachina doll is used by the Pueblo Nations of South West
USA to represent the protective spirits of the tribe in a child’s learning
about life, the tribe and their religion.
In 2008 Les hosted a party of Apache, Navajo, Paiute and
Zuni students and their teachers to a barbecue and received a Kachina Doll as a
thank you for his hospitality.
In setting up his business the protective nature of a
Kachina reflected the environment in which he wished to operate so the Kachina
received from the students became his company logo.