It’s not often that you have someone leave your team and then decide you are going to highlight that to the world, but this really is worth sharing. Recently, we lost Kristal, she has decided to move on from legal recruitment, into a role that allows […]
Almost 4 months ago I started my career in legal recruitment, having never been a recruiter or a lawyer. A lot of people have asked me why I decided to buy Legal Personnel as this was a bit of a segue from 14 years as a remuneration […]
The Employer of Choice Award in the New Zealand Law Awards is sponsored by Legal Personnel. The award has a very strong branding for any firm looking to recruit. Being a finalist or a winner of the Employer of Choice Award speaks volumes to candidates as […]
Legal Personnel does a salary survey every year and has done so for 16 years. We have seen other surveys come and go over that time; however, it was definitely noticeable that the joint New Zealand Law Society and Hays survey has stirred the […]
When I have had conversations with myself or other lawyers about retirement, an image of a swirling vortex comes to mind. It has a hollow centre with lines that move around its midpoint. It is circling rapidly, but sometimes it slows down a bit.
Millennials, millennials, millennials (born after 1984) and probably the most talked about generation when it comes to the world of work and now in the eyes of many how they ‘don’t work” like we used to!
Between the cover letter and the CV the information contained in these two documents should cover everything that there is to know about you. Having said that, the CV should be able to stand on its own as it could potentially be separated from the […]