Leading business law firm Hall & Wilcox is pleased to be named as a finalist for the Workplace Flexibility Champion Award at the 2017 Hunter Diversity Awards.
The Workplace Flexibility Champion Award recognises an organisation that is putting into practice initiatives that allow all employees the opportunity to prosper and succeed through flexible work practices.
Natasha Toholka, Hall & Wilcox’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee Chair, commented the firm is supportive of flexible and agile work arrangements. "Flexibility is an important part of our workplace culture. There are many people at the firm who successfully work flexibly for a range of reasons. We have seen great cultural and productivity benefits to this.”
Daniel Stoddart, Hall & Wilcox’s Newcastle Partner in Charge believes that flexibility is a question of trust and respect. “Flexibility is achieved through mutual respect and a high level of trust. Hall & Wilcox, as an employer, is very good at delivering both these things to our people, and our people deliver in return. We are grateful to receive this finalist nomination, and it is a reflection of the Newcastle office and the broader firm.”
Winners of the Award will be announced 20 July. Click here for further information.
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