It’s no longer about whether firms will embrace change, but rather when and how, writes Shaun Rose

The UK freelance economy has grown 25 per cent since 2009, with one in seven of us now self-employed. The boom of flexible working is happening across all industries and as a growing number of new generation solicitors are looking for an employment offer with no-strings-attached, legal employers face a big choice, to lag behind or embrace the transformation. Firms ready to jump on to the freelance bandwagon should have a clear approach of integrating flexible resource that doesn’t break the budget and enables companies to grow.

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