SRA guidance on law firm culturePosted: 10 Mar 2022
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) recently published guidance on workplace environments in law firms which highlights some of the risks facing the legal sector and provides useful advice.
Amanda Lennon and Bryony Irvine from our employment team share their thoughts in an article for Legal Brief.
Amanda and Bryony conclude: “Workplace culture is shifting more generally, and workers’ priorities are changing. Regardless of the Guidance – creating a good work environment is an important matter for employers if they want to retain talent going forwards. This also involves actively listening to employees’ concerns and feedback and ensuring they receive a considered response.”
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