Clio, one of the world’s leading providers of cloud-based legal technology, announced its digital-first work model. The company embraces the best of in-person and virtual interactions for a collaborative work environment.
Currently, hybrid work models are the trend of the moment. They enable companies to keep employees in offices while simultaneously allowing them to have flexibility.
Clio’s New Flexible Policy
Clio is building a fully flexible hybrid and remote approach. This encourages employees to choose the place they want to do their jobs. As Jack Newton, CEO and Founder of Clio, mentioned in the company´s blog:
“We’ve scaled Clio during an unprecedented time in history. Two pillars have carried us through leading to this moment: the resilience of this team, and the opportunity to rethink the workplace of the future. Today, we’re opening a flexible workplace structure that can adapt to the changing needs of our team, with choice placed firmly at the center of each employee’s journey.”
Clio’s primary work experience is remote. It has office hubs in Burnaby, Toronto, Calgary, and Dublin allowing employees to connect and coordinate workflow across locations, time zones, and platforms.
The legal tech leader is building functional office spaces to facilitate work for individuals and teams and host onsite events. The office spaces include an outdoor patio, fitness studio, virtual call rooms, hoteling workstations, and more. And employees will be able to build a hybrid structure working from the office or from any location they want.