Like many firms, we have now turned our attention at Actons towards the future and a world of fewer or hopefully no Covid Restrictions.
Whether that happens by the roadmap date of 21 June remains to be seen but we’ve now shared with our colleagues’ details of our post-Covid hybrid working arrangements. As a progressive firm, we are keen to keep as much flexibility as possible and we trust our colleagues. We will be trialling our new arrangements once restrictions have been eased.
Our new policy is simple: In relation to when you work your contracted hours and where you work them, i.e. at home or in the office, our only requirement is that you simply do what is right in terms of the needs of your role, having regard to client needs, the needs of your colleagues, your own needs, including your own well-being and the needs of the firm.
I have the privilege of leading a progressive law firm and we are all excited about what the future holds for our clients, and for us, as the world starts to recover from the pandemic.
We are also fortunate to be a member of LawNet a network of independent similarly minded law firms. LawNet led by Chris Marston has been a great help to us during the pandemic. Indeed some of the recent sessions hosted by the network have directly influenced our hybrid working policy.
If you’re thinking about the future, looking for a progressive new home and can make a difference here, give me a call.
Posted on June 11, 2021