We are proud to reward our employees with additional benefits and services called 'CN|Benefits' that contribute to a work environment in which our staff can enjoy and are proud to be a part of. Some of the benefits we offer to ensure the health, wellbeing and job satisfaction of staff include:
Our CN|Alive health and wellbeing initiative, which provides avenues to balance our daily lives more easily. It includes various activities such as massages, fresh fruit, flu vaccinations, an on-site wellbeing room and complimentary health seminars. Carter Newell subsidises the cost of these activities, making them both enjoyable and affordable. We also have an Employee Assistance Program (LawCare) available to all employees. We encourage staff to get involved in sporting and fitness opportunities, on the field or on the sidelines cheering. We have corporate netball, triathlon, indoor cricket, and touch football teams to join, just to name a few.
CN|Recognition is a formal program of recognition that ensures our staff are valued and acknowledged for their contributions. A range of initiatives are on offer to ensure staff are rewarded in a timely and appropriate manner.
The CN|Advance program provides a range of different development opportunities to employees that combine professional development training, as well as systems and personal training. A large focus, however, is our career planning discussions, which take place at every level of the organisation. Other initiatives include executive coaching, regular in-house CLEs, regular Professional Discussion Group sessions and external seminar support for approved courses.
Our active Social Club provides a range of events to get staff involved throughout the year. Such events include our International Wine and Cheese drinks nights, Race Days, dinners, karaoke nights and, of course, the Christmas party.
We are proud to adopt the MINDS COUNT Foundation best practice guidelines for psychological wellbeing within the legal profession. The MINDS COUNT Foundation's objective is to decrease work related psychological ill-health in the legal community and to promote workplace psychological health and safety.