4-day weeks, flexibility and other shake-ups to traditional working

By Jerome Doraisamy|28 June 2019

In this episode, Jerome speaks with two board members of Minds Count, Canon Oceania general counsel David Field and Swaab managing partner Mary Digiglio, to unpack whether a four-day week would work, the importance of flexibility and other such movements away from the traditional nine to five.

How best can law firms structure work for wellness and productivity’s sake? Legal practices around the world are experimenting with “new-age” ways of working, including four-day weeks in the United Kingdom. Discovering best practice conditions will, however, largely depend on the idiosyncratic needs of the firm. In this episode, Jerome speaks with Canon Oceania general counsel David Field and Swaab managing partner Mary Digiglio to unpack whether a four-day week would work, the importance of flexibility and other such movements away from the traditional nine to five.

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