How corporate law firms can better address wellness issues

By Tasha Levy|30 January 2020

According to Danielle Kelly, health and wellbeing strategies in the professional services sector need to shift from a reactionary, first-aid response to more proactively tackling systemic issues.

In this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by the head of diversity and inclusion at Herbert Smith Freehills to discuss how her firm’s attitude towards wellness strategies has evolved over the last decade.

Ms Kelly elaborates on the positive impact of HSF’s mental health champions for workplace culture, how the implementation of a global mental health strategy addresses diversity and inclusion, and suggests further actions for facilitating optimal wellness in big corporate.



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