The New Zealand Law Society has advised that the analysis of the results of its nationwide survey into workplace environments will come out next week.
The lawyer body conducted the survey in April as the profession dealt with the aftermath of allegations of harassment and bullying in legal workplaces across the country.
The Law Society sent out invitations to participate in the survey on 5 April to more than 13,600 lawyers. It did not initially detail when the analysis of the results would be released.
Market research firm Colmar Brunton was commissioned by the society to conduct the survey. It received 3,520 responses, the best-ever response rate of a national Law Society survey.
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