Anmol Shankar is an Employment Relations Manager – Solicitor at Fonterra Co-operative Group, where he provides advice to the business on employment law related matters including restructures, personal grievances, and union relations. Anmol also conducts investigations on serious issues, such as allegations of bullying, harassment, and discrimination.
Prior to working at Fonterra, Anmol worked at the Employers and Manufacturers Association providing employment law advice to small, medium, and large businesses. In 2014, he began working at Tamaki Legal where he was heavily involved with a number of Waitangi Tribunal Treaty inquiries including the Te Rohe Potae Inquiry, Te Paparahi o Te Raki inquiry and the Porirua ki Manawatu Inquiry. Anmol also provided legal advice on employment law matters, the environment, Maori land law and issues surrounding the Marine and Coastal Area Act 2011. In 2016, Anmol commenced work at Chen Palmer Partners, where he provided advice to businesses and organisations on employment law issues, some public law issues and was also heavily involved in Treaty Negotiations with the Crown, on behalf of Te Runanga o Ngati Whatua. On behalf of the Superdiversity Institute for Law, Policy, and Business, Anmol also assisted with providing unconscious bias and Asia capability training to businesses and organisations.