A playbook on how to manage law firm employees in a flexible or hybrid work environment has yet to emerge, according to industry observers and law firm executives, and Pennsylvania’s law firms offer a window into the divergent approaches thus far.

While many Big Law firms like Blank Rome are investing in office upgrades intended to incentivize a return to the office, other firms like Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr have put in place arrangements that emphasize in-office collaboration on certain agreed-upon days. Others like McNees Wallace & Nurick have passed on the formulation of a hybrid work schedule to individual practice group and office leaders.

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