Working from home policies for in-house lawyers

Survey results 2023

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Working from home was not common practice in the workplace prior to the pandemic, least of all within the legal professions. Since 2020, we’ve seen a major shift towards embracing a more flexible approach to where, when and how people work. Most companies adopted an element of working from home in the earlier period post-lockdowns. However, as the UK economy has wavered and uncertainty has crept into the zeitgeist, the first half of 2023 has seen working-from-home discussions centre around hybrid patterns and, in some cases, how to encourage employees back to the office.

As a result, many of our clients are interested in the general consensus around working from home. We surveyed General Counsel, Heads of Legal and anyone responsible for hiring in-house legal counsel at top organisations around the UK to find out more. We supplemented this by running polls of our network on LinkedIn, for which we had very high response rates.

Preview of Working from Home Policies for In-house Lawyers Survey Results 2023

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