Lawyers and law firm staff enjoy working remotely so much that 67% want to continue that arrangement once offices fully reopen following the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new survey by a company that does leadership training for firms.
The online survey of 25 firms conducted in mid-May by Loeb Leadership, based in New Jersey, found that nearly seven of every 10 people working at firms want to continue working remotely, at least a few days a week, once it’s safe to return to offices.
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