Farhan Farani reflects upon how lawyers' stress can build to breaking point
By and large, many law firms weathered the pandemic relatively well. Demand for legal services remained high – and the switch to working from home was smooth for many lawyers. However, one of the lasting legacies of the pandemic will be that wellbeing at work is no longer in the periphery. It’s been pushed firmly into focus – and it would be remiss to forget the importance of this as we get back to the ‘new normal.’
What is ‘normal’ now anyway?
A recent report from the Solicitors Regulatory Authority (SRA) identified that, although improvements have been made to firm working cultures, there is still progress to be made.
The regulator’s Workplace Culture...