How do we sustain energy and imagination through the transition into hybrid working? As we emerge incrementally from lockdown, people are optimistic and exhausted. Remaining resourceful, thinking creatively and staying future-focused are huge challenges for firm leaders.

The question is, who can help? Perhaps surprisingly, Gen Z, who represent the youngest demographic in the workplace, have a unique perspective to offer, especially when it comes to remote working.

In a recent survey of early career associates in LawNet firms, 89 per cent said they wanted a mixture of office and home-based working.

This desire to work in a hybrid way is notable, because it might be easy to assume early career colleagues would like t...

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