- Industry analysis from Clio: Rising remote working
This article was also featured as an industry view in the December 2016 issue of Legal Practice Management magazine. To read the issue in full, ...
- Three tips for remote working success
ARTICLE BY JESS PAYNE, MARKETING EXECUTIVE AT IKEN
I’d wager that nearly all of us have, at some time, tried to work outside of the office.
I’d also wager that it's resulted in more than one...
- Briefing on: Strategic change in 2015
Resource - 04/06/2015 : Allen & Overy, asset management, berwin leighton paisner, business transformation, change, clifford chance, collaboration, digitalisation, Econocom, efficiency, flexible working, freelancers, G3 Comms, generation y, globalisation, Herbert Smith Freehills, innovation, Lawyers on Demand, lexisnexis enterprise solutions, millennials, Peerpoint, pinsent masons, process, recruitment, remote working, RPC, streamline, Thomson Reuters Legal Enterprise Solutions, Totum, transformation, Vario, Finance, Human Resources, Knowledge Management, Marketing & BD, Risk & Compliance, Technology
Visiting the future!
The June issue of Briefing speaks to Professor Richard Scase, future of business author and professor of organiational behaviour at the University of...
- Is remote working hindering your chances of promotion?
A lack of "passive face time" could affect promotion prospects, as face-to-face interaction was often key to the assessment of someone’s leadership skills and dependability, the new research found.
Report authors, professors Daniel Cable...
- O2 flexible working day results in 1,000 extra hours worked
A recent one-day flexible working initiative at O2 resulted in an extra 1,000 hours worked by staff, according to figures released by the telecoms firm.
On 8 February, O2 asked the entire workforce at its head office in Slough to...
- How are firms dealing with the technological challenges of an increasing number of staff working from home?
In particular remote support, and the provision of equipment at the user's home. Or do they use their own equipment?
Are H&S assessments required?