Employer of Choice report to rank best firms to work for

Deadline for entries to Employer of Choice 2020 report is 29 May

Employer of Choice report to rank best firms to work for

NZ Lawyer is asking its readers to put forward deserving organisations for its Employer of Choice 2020 report – a showcase of legal employers that are leading the way with policies and initiatives that engage their staff in 11 key areas such as employee health and wellbeing, communication, access to technology and resources and more.

Entry is easy and free. Simply submit the online entry form providing quantitative and qualitative evidence to support the organization’s claim as a great place to work.

A place on the report is a valuable industry accolade for employers ─ recognition as an Employer of Choice is testament to the success of their people initiatives, providing a valuable marketing and recruitment tool for attracting the top industry talent.

Deadline for entries is 29 May.

Winners will be profiled in the Employer of Choice 2020 report, to be published on the NZ Lawyer website and newsletter in July.

Access the online entry form here

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