Farhan Farani reflects on how multi-cultural and diverse firms can integrate teams working remotely, respecting different cultures.

Firms should not only strive to pride themselves on inclusive and accessible legal advice, but also culture. It’s easy to fall into the trap of prioritising excellent client service, without considering the nurturing needed for each employee to deliver it.

Behaviour which is not inclusive may not be easy to recognise – and firms should work proactively in creating a work environment which has a welcoming and open culture, as well as strengthening their reactive processes in identifying and rectifying discriminatory culture, conversations and actions.

Your people are at the heart of your firm. But working on a remote basis for much of the last two years have presented challenges. As many move into a more hybrid or ...

Farhan Farani
Managing Director
Farani Taylor

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