We fully embrace hybrid working and recognise the many advantages it can bring.
We provide our people with a high degree of flexibility to work between the office and their home, based on the nature of the activity that’s being performed and the wider requirements of the team in which they work.
Our home is a place where we can do focused work with minimal interruptions, and the office acts as a hub for collaborating, learning from others and socialising, whether meeting a client, training or meeting up with our colleagues. At the heart of our approach to hybrid working is an understanding that our work should be an activity that we do, not a place that we go.
Our hybrid working charter
Accommodate the client
We ensure we always accommodate our clients’ meeting needs, whether virtual or in-person, at our premises or theirs
We put our clients’ and team’s needs first, and decide where best to perform the activity or task
Core working hours
We offer the flexibility to structure your working week around our core working hours of 10am to 3pm, when everyone is usually available
Time in office
We work in our offices between 20% and 80% of our working time across a month, though you can work in the office all the time if you choose
We strive to deliver the highest standards of performance for our clients and colleagues, wherever we work
Training and mentoring
We are available in person to share knowledge and experience with our colleagues
Maintain and enhance our culture
We meet each other regularly in our offices, checking in on team members and supporting their health and wellbeing
We are open about our location and availability
Managers set clear hybrid working expectations and focus on output not presenteeism
We dress appropriately when working in an office or representing the firm at client premises or events
"The flexibility is great! I really enjoy spending time with the team in the office but equally really appreciate the peace and quiet at home to be able to get my head down and focus on more technical work."
"I’ve swapped unproductive commuting time for exercise, and I’m spending more time with family. I also get more work done in busy periods without feeling like I have actually worked longer hours, as I can finish work and already be home."
Sophie, Corporate Finance Associate
"Hybrid working alleviates any pressure to travel unnecessarily. Wherever I decide to work from, I know the firm has the infrastructure to allow me to do so effectively and will support me in doing so."
Harry, Business Development Manager
"It provides the best of both worlds, the ability to catch up face to face with colleagues on days in the office and the ability to save time and put this towards client work by not commuting on other days."
James, Financial Planner
"One or two days a week without the commute really helps. I can do a slightly longer morning dog walk, or just get through the to-do list. That bit less driving reduces tiredness and impact on the environment too."
"If I feel like I need a productive day getting my head down at home, I can do so, whereas if I feel I need some support from the wider team, I can book a desk in work at a moment’s notice. Being able to choose where I work from allows me to plan work around my life as opposed to life around my work."
Archie, Trainee Accountant
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