Legal workers' pay cuts revealed in union survey

Victoria Young
Fri, 22 May 2020

Victoria Young
Fri, 22 May 2020
A study of 40 law firms conducted by the Aotearoa Legal Workers’ Union shows 30 percent of firms surveyed have had staff accept salary cuts in response to the covid-19 downturn. Aotearoa Legal Workers' Union co-president Morgan Evans said the report was compiled because members needed information to compare whether they were being treated fairly.“Because of the secret nature of these things we wanted to pull some information together so that people know how many employers are taking the wage subsidy and how common it is to...
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