Hicksons Lawyers recognised as a finalist for ‘Employer of Choice’ in the 2023 Business Hunter Awards

Hicksons Lawyers is delighted to be recognised as a finalist for ‘Employer of Choice’ in the 2023 Business Hunter Awards.
With the firm’s focus on cultivating a respectful, positive, and safe workplace culture, Hicksons entered the Awards in support of the firm’s vision and values. The firm undertook several initiatives over the past 12 months to foster a positive work environment.
During this time, the firm chose to implement programs that focused on building and supporting professional and personal strengths, creating value proposition through enhancing candidate experience, and help align behaviours to business culture and values. The additional focus on inclusive practices and employee benefits were supported through various policies, strategies, initiatives and programs were implemented or updated through the last year.
Being a finalist of the Awards recognises Hicksons’ progressive improvement in the fast-changing business environment, as the firm continues to innovate and provide the best experience for our people and stakeholders.

Colleen Weiler, COO shared that “Respect, inclusivity and progression in the workplace are important parts of our people strategy. The firm remains committed to foster a values-based workplace for our people and our clients.”
“We are very excited to be a finalist for the Employer of Choice in Newcastle and the Hunter region. This recognition demonstrates the firm’s strong commitment to our people and continuous growth, which ultimately support us in delivering the best for our clients.” said Najeh Marhaba, Partner in Charge of Hicksons Newcastle office.

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