DLA Piper cancels staff salary sacrifice

DLA Piper cancels staff salary sacrifice
Victoria Young
The New Zealand branch of global law firm DLA Piper will now pay staff their full pay, after they agreed to reductions in April due to covid-19. Country managing partner Martin Wiseman told more than 100 staff on Monday in a virtual town hall meeting that things were actually going better than previously thought.Last month senior management and lawyers at the firm had agreed to pay cuts of up to 30 percent and non-legal staff were reduced to three- or four-day weeks until July 31. The aim was to avoid redundancies due to covid-19 whic...

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