Adapting to a rapidly changing workplace

A word from our CEO

If there is a common theme we are hearing from our clients this year, it is how they best adapt to a rapidly changing workplace.

Our Workplace Law & Culture partner Amber Sharp has highlighted that workplace changes in the last decade have not been driven by legislation but rather culture.

The #metoo movement, ever-changing technology and what our recently appointed partner Katherine Ruschen has described as an Age of Inquiries are examples of these cultural shifts.

All of these trends are causing tectonic shifts in the way our workplaces operate.

A lot of this change is positive, leading to more diverse, equitable and engaging places to work.

Some of it is challenging as companies face a new era of compliance and scrutiny.

So how can organisations best respond?

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