Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has launched a pilot program in Hong Kong to allow staff to work in a fully agile manner, removing approval requirements and other barriers.

The firm has removed any restrictions and conditions for agile working, according to Hong Kong managing partner Alastair Mordaunt. “There’s no cap of the amount of time in a week you can agile work, there’s no need for a justification for agile work, and there’s no need to seek permission,” he said.

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