Law In Business: Breaking down the boundaries
As well as having major benefits for staff morale - and therefore productivity - a well-designed office will encourage clients to return again and again. Trevor Morriss explains how an improved work environment can increase a firm's profitability
The success of legal businesses hinge, to some extent, on their ability to retain high calibre staff who, in turn, deliver excellent service to clients and assist in the profitability of the firm. The impact of the premises in which people work, alongside personnel issues, on the happiness and productivity of staff is often grossly underestimated.
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