Working flexibly at Michelmores
At Michelmores we recognise that to attract diverse and exceptional talent we need to be flexible in our approach to recruitment and employment. We are therefore open to considering reduced hours or flexible working arrangements for any of our vacancies and would encourage you to speak to our recruitment manager, Lorraine Dix, if you would like to explore the opportunity to apply for a role on a flexible basis.
In addition, we are keen to discuss roles with those returning from extended career breaks. For more information, tips and support for returning to work after a break, please visit 'The Law Society - Returning to work after a career break'.
The Firm also promotes an agile working environment and gives all qualified lawyers and senior support staff the opportunity to work from home one day per week. Our approach to agile working is based on the concept that work is an activity we do, rather than a place we go and the Firm's emphasis is on performance and results rather than time and attendance.
Almost a third of our people have flexible working arrangements and the majority also have opportunities to work from home. This flexibility is beneficial for everyone – it allows our people to better balance their home and work lives and enables the Firm to attract, recruit and retain top talent.
Charlotte Antoniou, Partner in the Education team at Michelmores commented:
"The Firm is really open to flexible working arrangements and finding solutions that work from both perspectives. The flexibility to work remotely is also really helpful in terms of reducing travel time and giving you more time at home. I would encourage you to get in touch with the recruitment team if you are interested in joining the Firm on a bespoke working arrangement."