Blake Morgan has announced details of a new smart working policy which aims at empowering people to benefit from different ways of working across the firm.
The new policy enables greater flexibility to work between the office and home, with the majority of people expected to spend two or three days working from one of the firm’s five offices in an average working week.
By adopting this new policy, individuals will have the opportunity to reduce travel time and improve their work-life balance, while also continuing to promote greater collaboration and connection, two key drivers of the firm’s high quality service offering.
The transition to smart working is also a further boost to support the firm’s sustainability credentials, with new working arrangements set to bring forward a reduction in paper usage and other waste.
Liz Bryne, HR and development director at Blake Morgan, said: “Like many other firms, Blake Morgan is embracing these changes by promoting the adoption of different ways of working – approaches that encourage collaboration, productivity and a positive work experience.
“This new policy aims to increase both personal and business efficiency, allowing us to continue to deliver the best and most effective solutions possible for our clients, while also responding to our employees’ needs. It’s an evolving process, so we will continue to listen, learn and make changes as needed.”