You are here:
  1. Home
  2. News
  3. Stories
  4. Improving flexible working in law firms

Improving flexible working in law firms

14 January 2013

A major survey of leading lawyers commissioned by the Law Society found that firms who have adopted flexible working practices allow a better work-life balance, and are attracting more talented staff. The report's main messages were:

  • Firms should set themselves targets to drive culture change.
  • Adopting a flexible working culture will help to keep more women engaged on the right career track.
  • Flexible working take-up should be measured and reported.
  • Clients are becoming key players in leading by example and demanding more diversity in law firms.

Read the full report and recommendations
Radio debate: Law Society president discusses the report on Woman's Hour

Related training:
Flexible working for HR managers - webinar

back to top

Recommended

LMS Financial Benchmarking 2017
LMS Financial Benchmarking 2017

The 17th edition of the survey combines results from 160 firms to provide comprehensive analysis of financial health.

LMS Financial Benchmarking 2017 > More