‘The Golden Age of the Office’

‘The Golden Age of the Office’

25 November 2021 By Robyn Tongol
Fionn Bowd

With WFH becoming increasingly mainstream, there is an opportunity for employers to create office spaces and working environments that are better fit for idiosyncratic needs and purposes and for employees to leverage what is important to them.

On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Bowd Legal chief executive Fionn Bowd, who returns to the show to discuss why she believes we are entering a “golden age” for legal offices, what this means, and the many avenues that employers can explore in enticing staff into office spaces that are tailored to personal and professional needs, thereby better imbibing community, collegiality and, ultimately, productivity.

The pair also flesh out why demarcation between home and work is so important, striking the right balance in such demarcation, how employees can communicate what is important to them, and the flow-on effects of making such structural, physical, environmental and, ultimately, vocational changes to the office.

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