Hicksons named as finalist for Outstanding Employer of Choice in 2021 Hunter Business Awards

Hicksons Lawyers is proud to have been named a Finalist in the 2021 Hunter Business Awards in the ‘Outstanding Employer of Choice’ category.

Hicksons entered the Awards with a strong focus on fostering a positive workplace culture in support of the firm’s vision and values. The firm implemented a program to further strengthen its initiatives in support of a safe, respectful and inclusive workplace.

The program empowers staff to directly shape Hicksons’ policies and practices drawing on the firm’s collaborative ethos to maintain best-practice standards.

The Hunter Business Awards nomination also recognises Hicksons’ commitment to progressive learning and development, which is reflected in the firm’s investment in smart technology and innovative systems, both of which support its expansion and evolving ways of working.

“It’s a pleasure for Hicksons to be named as a finalist for Outstanding Employer of Choice alongside so many other distinguished businesses in Newcastle and the Hunter region,” said Najeh Marhaba, Partner in Charge of Hicksons’ Newcastle office.

“In particular, we are pleased to have our workplace programs recognised. Respect, diversity, inclusivity, constant learning and innovation are at the heart of our business – ultimately helping us reach exceptional outcomes for our clients."

“We look forward to hearing the result in October.”
he concluded.

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