In a hybrid scenario, attorneys and staff will split their time between working remotely and working in the office. While individual schedules will vary based on job function and perhaps personal preference, the big picture is that on any given day, firms will have a segment of their team in the office, and another segment dispersed across their homes, client sites and other remote locations.

After more than a full year of working remotely, this will be yet another disruption for law firms to endure—one that, if not approached thoughtfully, can do serious damage to engagement and retention.

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