Changes in the workforce driven by the pandemic have created a series of ripple effects, challenges, and opportunities, including shifts to blended working models, talent retention concerns, and poignant exploration of humanising in the workplace.
Whilst the pandemic has taught us a significant amount about how we can apply hybrid working models to business practice, firms are now grappling with the big return-to-work agenda. With benefits for both employer and employee returning to the office, from boosting innovation, cross-departmental collaboration and greater opportunity for personal development this panel will explore the purpose of the workplace, what returning to the office will look like, and preparedness to deliver value and purpose to employees embedded at the heart of the future firm.
- A compelling case: What do your employees and incoming talent want from your office space?
- How do we make the employment and work environment more human-centric with flexibility and autonomy to achieve business outcomes?
- Thriving as a hybrid law firm – the rethink, flexibility, coordination and trade-offs
- Bricks and mortar: How much space is needed in 2022 and beyond, and how important is the design, location and usage of workspaces to attract and retain talent?