By Catherine Kemnitz (January 12, 2022, 5:18 PM EST) — It’s almost a cliché now, but it nevertheless bears repeating that a year and a half ago, the lives of most Americans changed dramatically.
So did the entirety of the country’s work culture. Businesses had to quickly change course to manage crises and adapt to remote work, and employees had to find a new approach to work-life balance — one that kept them engaged, employed and healthy.
The COVID-19 pandemic and the “Great Resignation” that followed — droves of people leaving the workforce — has challenged every corporation and every employee at every level, especially legal departments.
My firm conducted a study…