Baker McKenzie is one firm operating in 47 countries, from 78 offices, and has been ranked number one on law firm branding for ten years running. Firm-wide it boasts 400+ female partners. In addition to the various programs in place and hosting various speakers on D&I and wellness, Baker McKenzie also celebrates various holidays and events throughout the office.
Baker McKenzie has a robust, agile working policy to facilitate access to a range of flexible working arrangements while continuing to meet the needs of its global business. The program focuses on enabling remote working, alternative hours, time off, and less-than-full time arrangements, and is available regardless of gender and role. To help its people stay connected while working remotely and across multiple offices, the firm has launched a number of active internal groups on its Workplace enterprise connectivity platform. Senior leadership has been promoting agile working and wellbeing topics on weekly all-hands virtual town halls. During the recent COVID-19 crisis, this initiative was a key resource and contributed to the success and smooth transition to working from home. The firm is also investing in a global initiative focused on wellbeing that includes education, activities and support aimed at helping people maintain high performance in a caring and psychologically safe environment.