The return of the over 50’s
The return of the over 50’s An estimated half a million people in the UK left their jobs during the pandemic with the intention of never returning. Economic inactivity, a term related to people unemployed and not actively seeking work, remains above pre-pandemic levels in the UK. Those aged between 50 and 64 have been […]
arch.law appoints inaugural Head of Recruitment and Onboarding
arch.law appoints inaugural Head of Recruitment and Onboarding In a newly created role, arch.law the leading distributed law firm, has appointed James Wright as its Head of Recruitment and Onboarding. Founded in 2021, arch.law now has over 80 Members in the UK, Australia and Canada and is looking to increase its Member base and geographic […]
Are non-compete clauses still relevant?
Are non-compete clauses still relevant? In recent years, there has been a growing movement in the US to limit the use of non-compete clauses, which are contractual agreements that prevent employees from working for a competitor for a defined period after leaving their current employer. The issue has become particularly salient in the legal sector, […]
Who’s afraid of the big bad ChatGPT…?
Who’s afraid of the big bad ChatGPT…? Looking at the impact of shadow work Austrian philosopher and social critic Ivan Illich is credited with creating the idiom shadow work in his 1981 book of the same title. The term refers to unpaid work that economies rely upon to complement paid labour in the provision of […]
Resume – John Davidson
Resume – John Davidson arch.portfolio member https://arch.law/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/John-Davidson-BIO-4K.mov LinkedIn Add vCard John has 26 years’ experience in the insurance market, 18 years in audit and 8 years in claims management roles. He has extensive experience of all major insurance and reinsurance classes, with audits, claims reviews and inspections of records performed in Africa, Australia, Canada, Caribbean, […]
Office working – out with the old and in the with the new
Office working – out with the old and in the with the new For years, millions across the UK mobilised each midweek morning to make their way to the office. Nobody questioned the exorbitant costs of crowded trains, or the sanity in sitting in the same traffic jams day after day. The boom in homeworking […]
Resume – Leigh Jones
Resume – Leigh Jones arch.portfolio member https://arch.law/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/Leigh-Jones-BIO-4K.mov LinkedIn Add vCard Leigh has nine years’ experience in the insurance industry, including seven years in insurance audit. In her role as head of client relations Leigh ensures that the clients individual and specific audit requirements are met by the global team of auditors. Leigh is responsible for […]
Why flexible working changes are good for law firms
Why flexible working changes are good for law firms What was once unimaginable for many, flexible working is here to stay. Enforced by Covid and perpetuated by the need to attract talent through the offer of hybrid working, the traditional nine-to-five pre-pandemic pattern has been well and truly disrupted. As promised, the government has now […]
Resume – Barbara Kranjcec
Resume – Barbara Kranjcec arch.direct member LinkedIn Add vCard Barbara Kranjcec is a paralegal with Mayfair Rise Solicitors. She started in November 2022, after completing her Postgraduate Diploma in Law. Prior to that, Barbara obtained bachelor’s degree in nursing and worked in Private Care for 6 years.
Resume – Rebekah Leech
Resume – Rebekah Leech arch.portfolio member LinkedIn Add vCard Rebekah Leech is a Trainee Solicitor with Mayfair Rise Solicitors. She started her Training Contract in November 2021 but has worked with Sally & Robyn on a part time basis as a Litigation Assistant for over a year. During that time, she has worked on various […]