The post-pandemic hybrid-working debate reached a critical point earlier in April when JP Morgan, one of the world’s biggest banks, told its managing directors to get back to the office five days a week.

It comes a year after David Solomon, CEO at rival Goldman Sachs, commanded his staff back on site. Just days after Tesla’s mercurial CEO, Elon Musk, took the reins at Twitter, he scrapped the social media company’s hybrid working policy, and Disney CEO Bob Iger also ordered staff to be on site four days of the week. It didn’t take long for law firms to go the way of their clients, with international firms instating more defined parameters around hybrid working throughout 2022.

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