Carl H. Morrison, ACP, RP, PP, AACP, is an experienced certified paralegal and paralegal manager and has...
The emergency that created a largely remote workforce is subsiding. Does that mean we can expect in-office work to resume to pre-pandemic levels?
That’s certainly an option, though Laura Keeler doesn’t think it’s a good one. Instead, she tells host Carl Morrison that firms would do better to appreciate what they’ve learned about productivity and flexibility.
Recognizing that individuals are most productive at varying times (think morning person or night owl), Keeler says managers should consider whether they can offer flexibility in the form of occasional or hybrid remote/in-person work arrangements.
This episode follows the ABA Techshow program, “Reconfiguring Offices and Best Practices for 2021 and Beyond.”
Laura Keeler is a practice management advisor at Mass LOMAP.
Special thanks to Nota for sponsoring this episode.