Zuhura from Tanzania is a Campaign for Female Education (CAMFED) alumna who delivers a life skills curriculum at her old school and runs her own business. Linklaters is proud to support CAMFED and CAMA; “a movement with the strength to transform Africa.”
Linklaters has adopted a new global agile working policy, with a particular focus on remote working, that empowers Linklaters employees to determine where they get their work done, without having to request permission.
Linklaters has introduced a new policy and package of support for employees living with domestic abuse. Domestic abuse is indiscriminate of age, gender, race, profession or social background and during the Covid-19 pandemic there have been reports of adisturbing spike in domestic abuse cases – making working from home during lockdown measures an intimidating prospect for some people.
Organisations may feel that they have a good-hearted culture in place but sometimes people still do bad things.
We have been working with Crafty Counsel to produce a series of bite-sized videos, each aimed at exploring what culture is and why it matters through sharing what we have seen in legal practice.