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Last night Kahui Legal became the 87th law firm in the country to sign a gender equality charter. Ms Tahana said the firm was set to review its pay equity and look at hzrd to retain and recruit more female staff at all levels.Beautiful Housewives Seeking Real Sex McCall
Kahui Legal has seven female solicitors compared to six male, and all of its non-solicitor staff, including four interns, are women. Intern Indiana Aroha Christbelle Shewen was among hundreds of Victoria femalles students who marched in protest this year after a string of allegations interns and graduates were sexually harassed Nz females wanting play hard law firm Russell McVeagh.
I think it sent a clear message to firms about what we as students expect when we're coming wanfing the legal profession. Staff from Kahui Legal celebrate the new paid parental leave policy.
More than lawyers - about a quarter of the profession in New Zealand - have signed a gender equality charter. New Nz females wanting play hard Law Society President Kathryn Beck said while there was still a way to go, the uptake was a positive response to some of the issues surrounding the culture of law firms.
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Law firms across the country have signed hrad Gender Equality Charter aimed at tackling the under-representation of women in senior firm positions.
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