NZ law firms' talent wars: free nannies and 10k finders’ fees

NZ law firms' talent wars: free nannies and 10k finders’ fees
Chapman Tripp CEO Pip England says staff were offered wellbeing cards and sessions with Nigel Latta. (Photo: Supplied)
Michael Andrew
New Zealand’s top law firms are pulling out all the stops to tempt talent amid a furious recruitment war that shows no signs of a ceasefire.And it’s not just better salaries that are on the table. From “wellbeing cards” to parental leave coaching to virtual visits from comedian Guy Montgomery, the range of perks grows ever more creative as firms look to poach and prevent poaching.Along with a bonus scheme and annual allowance for senior solicitors, Russell McVeagh offers discounted premiums for Southern Cross medica...

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