Gideon Habel outlines the ethical considerations as firms look at longer term changes

Alongside social distancing and lockdown, one of the terms that has become ubiquitous in these strangest of times is the concept of the new normal. Many of us have are now used to the working challenges presented by lockdown: learning to use new technologies, balancing work around home schooling and dealing with the challenges of changing procedures. In some cases, this has accelerated ongoing moves to more agile, paperless working, but the speed at which these changes have been forced upon the profession has been – to employ another presently overused term – unprecedented.

As I write this piece in May, talk about easing the lockdown abounds. But although there is more of an idea of what the next steps of easing the loc...

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