Latest Flexible working

Big Law 21 June 2023 ByLauren CroftWill Australian law firms mandate office time?

After emerging from the pandemic — and with a potential recession on the horizon — a number of industries are...

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Big Law 14 June 2023 ByLauren CroftIs the 9-to-5 for lawyers ‘redundant’ and sexist?

After recent claims that the current school hours are “sexist” and rely on the fact that women are responsible for...

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Big Law 14 April 2023 ByLauren CroftFar-reaching benefits of a flexible working model

For lawyers chasing a more flexible working life, having an open and honest stream of communication is the first step,...

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Big Law 31 March 2023 ByLauren CroftIs ‘loud leaving’ the newest wellness trend for law firms?

As employee wellbeing and work/life balance emerge as the norm for modern workplaces, “loud leaving” is a trend that...

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Big Law 28 March 2023 ByLauren Croft‘If you get the work done, it doesn’t matter when you’re doing...

Firms that look after their staff and prioritise their wellness and work/life balance will have not only happier...

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Big Law 21 November 2022 ByLauren CroftWFH post-pandemic considered more ethical than not amid rising case...

Employers who fail to make flexible working part of their culture are considered more unethical in the face of COVID-19,...

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Big Law 06 October 2022 ByJess FeyderRussell Kennedy unveils 40:40:20 gender equality strategy

Russell Kennedy Lawyers has released its updated 2022 to 2025 Gender Equality Strategy, through which it is aiming to...

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Big Law 19 September 2022 ByJess FeyderAttaining true flexibility for employees

Lawyers Weekly spoke with Australian Law Awards winner for Commercial Team of the Year, Hive Legal, to uncover how they...

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Big Law 15 September 2022 ByLauren CroftIs Thursday the new Friday?

With more people than ever choosing to work from home on Fridays amid the rising popularity of nine-day fortnights, is...

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Big Law 12 August 2022 ByJerome Doraisamy‘Onus on the employee’ to make shorter weeks work

Lawyers who have the option of practising in non-traditional time frames — such as four-day weeks or nine-day...

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