Simmons reviews flexible working options following staff consultation
Simmons & Simmons is reviewing its use of flexible working after consulting with its associates on how to address issues such as the firm's gender balance. The firm's board is currently looking at flexi-working issues including how to staff and manage large projects, following an informal consultation led by senior partner Colin Passmore. The consultation also addressed issues such as whether lawyers were sufficiently equipped to work from home. Passmore said the consultation was part of a push to "provide associates with a forum in which they would feel confident in raising issues about the way they work".
Simmons & Simmons is reviewing its use of flexible working after consulting with its associates on how to address issues such as the firm’s gender balance.
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