Maddocks Case Study: Implementing Flexible Work Practices to Retain Talent and Improve Sustainable Work Life Balance

Maddocks Case Study: Implementing Flexible Work Practices

Webinar presented by Catherine Dunlop, Partner, Maddocks & winner, ALPMA/LexisNexis Thought Leadership Awards

  Free Seminar

Recording Date: 04-Oct-2016

Recording Type: Audio + Slides

Catherine Dunlop - Partner, Maddocks

Catherine leads the safety team at Maddocks and works with clients on all aspects of safety work from training, policy review, bullying investigations and crisis preparation to incident response and representation during investigations and prosecutions. She has acted for private and public sector clients in relation to a wide range of work related incidents involving serious injuries and fatalities.

Catherine was part of the ES&P team who developed and implemented the new Flexible Work policy at Maddocks.


Announced at the 2016 ALPMA Summit, Maddocks was the winning entry of the ALPMA/LexisNexis Thought Leadership Awards.  

During FY2015-16, Maddocks Employment, Safety & People (ES&P) team formally started an initiative to successfully implement flexible working arrangements.  The objective of this project was to retain the talent of their staff by improving access to a sustainable work life balance.

Catherine Dunlop, Partner in the Employment, Safety and People team provides an overview of the process taken to implement the program, particularly around shifting attitudes and gaining consensus and acceptance from the Leadership team. 

This project was conducted entirely in-house without the use of external consultants and has been embraced by all members of the Firm.  

CPD: Practice Management and Business Skills - claim 1 CPD unit/ 1 NZ hour

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