Firms that foster trust with partners and employees is not just good people management, it is good risk management as Susanna Heley explains

One of the key issues emerging from the covid-19 pandemic has been the effect of isolation, fear, stress, remote working and indeed, return-to-work anxiety on mental health.

While many have embraced flexible working arrangements and plan to never insist on a full-time return to the office, others have suffered.

A supportive environment

As we all plan our return to normal (or even ‘the new normal’) which many are predicting, it is an opportune time to review the importance of a supportive working environment.

For law firms, ensuring you foster trust with partners and employees is more than good people management – it is good risk management.

Reduced to the most basic level, ...

Susanna Heley
Partner
RadcliffesLeBrasseur

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