Condies, a leading Scottish Accountancy and Advisory firm, is making a bold move towards a flexible working model, a first for a firm of their size in Scotland. The firm is dedicated to providing its team with the freedom and flexibility they need to achieve a healthy work-life balance and stay productive. The new hybrid working model has been introduced to ensure that all employees can balance their personal and professional lives and take advantage of the many benefits of flexible working.
The hybrid working model will allow employees to work from home or from the office, depending on their personal preferences and work requirements. The vast majority of the team will work core hours of 10am to 2.30pm, Monday to Friday, with the flexibility to work the non-core portion of their working hours at a time that suits them. This will allow employees to take care of personal responsibilities, such as caring for children or elderly relatives, or pursuing hobbies and interests.
Condies is committed to ensuring that its team is always available to clients and customers. A member of the reception team will be on hand between the hours of 9am to 5pm, Monday to Thursday and between the hours of 9am to 2.30pm on Friday. The firm will also make use of technology, such as video conferencing, to ensure that employees are able to communicate and collaborate with colleagues and clients from anywhere in the world.
Condies’ Managing Director, Pauline Hogg, said: “We are proud to be leading the way in Scotland with our new hybrid working model. Our team is our greatest asset, and we want to ensure that they are able to achieve a healthy work-life balance and stay productive. By providing the freedom and flexibility they need to work in a way that suits them, we believe that our employees will be more motivated, engaged and committed to the success of our firm.”
The new hybrid working model is a testament to Condies’ commitment to its employees and to the wider community. By embracing flexible working, the firm is helping to promote a more inclusive and supportive working culture that values and respects the needs of all employees.