Posted 19.4.21

How are you really? Employees’ wellbeing views could help shape post-pandemic firms in Wales

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Cardiff and District Law Society and Legal News Wales have collaborated to run a wellbeing survey for lawyers in Wales, to help understand how the increased focus on wellbeing has shaped employees’ aspirations for how they want to work, where and what kind of support they expect from their employers in the months and years ahead.

The purpose of the anonymous 'temperature check' survey is to hear from law firm employees – to obtain their views on returning to work, what a working week might look like, expectations for wellbeing support, remote and flexible working and more – to help law firms create attractive, healthy and aspirational places to work.

As law firms are planning to integrate remote working and possibly flexible working into their long-term operation, now is the time to see what employees want, and share that data with decision-makers.

Get your voice heard!

All responses will be anonymous and we would welcome anyone to share the link to reach as many employees as possible in the legal sector in Wales.

Deadline for entries: 30 April 2021

Pass it on!

To share the survey with others employed in the Welsh legal sector, you can share this page, or the direct survey link: doo.vote/cdlswellbeing

What we’ll do with the results

We will of course share the findings with you after the survey has closed, in a report that coincides with mental Health Awareness Week 2021 (10-16 May), which will also be sent to law firms across Wales.

 

Further information

To contact the Editor of Legal New Wales about the survey or anything else, please email emma@legalnewswales.com.

 

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