As firms move towards a new normal, Tracey Calvert sets out the agenda for post-covid-19 compliance planning
Compliance needs an audience and audience participation, now more than ever. It’s time to consider change and we need to have evidence of method rather than madness.
My previous column was written in the first few days of lockdown. I concluded with the thoughts that we were living in strange times and this meant there were immediate challenges to which compliance professionals had to respond.
Like you, I was getting to grips with the new language of the pandemic – self isolation, social-distancing, furloughing, remote working – and all that this meant for law firm compliance. It was clear that strong decisions and direct, guiding messages had to be prepared and communicated quickly.
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