Striking a balance - GCs on the blurring lines between flexible working and being permanently on call
Work/life balance is an issue that regularly rears its head as companies look at measures to – let's face it – prevent their staff taking unauthorised sick leave and improve their retention rates. But if you set out to question whether senior in-house lawyers have a good work/life balance, or ask what a good even balance is, you are opening a can of worms.
Businesses are increasingly taking the work/life balance of their legal teams seriously, but is greater flexibility a good trade-off for being permanently available? A group of GCs share their experiences with Caroline Hill
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