National law firm Freeths has announced an office shake-up following a successful year of ‘agile working’.
The firm has reviewed its 13-strong portfolio of offices - taking into account the efficiency of agile working and the preferences of employees and clients – and has decided to close is Stoke office at Federation House.
The company says the decision comes after the members of the Stoke-on-Trent-based team spent the last 12 months working remotely, and coincides with the retirement of Peter Gavin in the summer after nearly 40 years of practice.
The Freeths staff, who live in and around the Potteries, will still work for their clients across the region, but will be dispersed to offices
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