NZ Webinar Salary & HR Issues Report Discussion
Every year we conduct a Salary and HR Issues Survey of NZ law firms. This year, 115 law firms (representing 2,992 staff) participated in our New Zealand survey, making it the most comprehensive, independent HR and remuneration study across all roles (including actual salaries paid) within the New Zealand legal industry. The report on the 2021 survey was released in early March to assist firms with their annual staff reviews.
Join us for a discussion of the findings of the survey and an insightful overview of the current recruitment market from our new sponsors Fluid Recruitment.
Eden Brown is the Managing Consultant of Fluid Legal - the specialist legal search division of Fluid Recruitment. His team operates nationwide, servicing the private practice market to recruit both professional and support roles at all levels. Fluid Legal consultants are well networked, knowledgeable and proactive. As a result they are well placed to offer informed advice and ultimately solve talent related problems for clients.
Eden personally specialises in ‘difficult to fill’ assignments in Christchurch and the wider South Island market, most often targeting associate level and above. He utilises a retained search model with selected partnership clients to directly headhunt top talent, while also maintaining strong networks in key candidate demographics to keep firms informed of the best candidates as they enter the market.
Norris Ward McKinnon
Carmen Simmonds is the General Manager at Norris Ward McKinnon, based in Hamilton. Carmen works alongside the firm’s Managing Partner to create and implement strategy, and the initiatives that support the firm’s long-term goals.
She has a background in human resources and management, and completed her MBA at the University of Waikato not long after joining NWM in 2006.
In her role Carmen has responsibility for the firm’s business support team and oversees the functions of finance, marketing, IT, HR and communications.
Carmen takes a lot of personal enjoyment from the people side of the business, and is heavily involved in the firm’s programmes around talent acquisition, reward and recognition, leadership development, diversity, and wellness. She is also on the ALPMA NZ Branch Committee.
If you have yet to see the report you can click here for an overview of the results and also to purchase your own copy of the report.