Reneé Caprari is a seasoned legal professional with 22 years of experience in her field, including corporate and private practice across areas ranging from JSE Listings Compliance, Reinsurance Treaties to Business Crimes, Claim Investigations, Litigation Matters and Forensic Investigations.
She is a member of the Legal Practitioners Council, holds the degrees BLC LLB from the University of Pretoria and was admitted as an Advocate of the High Court of South Africa in 1998. She also recently served as a Director of the Institute for Accountability.
As Senior Legal Adviser with Liberty Holdings Limited, Reneé was instrumental in the implementation of several leading Real Estate, Corporate Finance and other significant transactions.
After leaving the corporate world behind, she started her own law practice in the Eastern Cape. A large portion of her time is also spent on pro bono work.
Employees are not the only ones who benefit from working from home; a company can benefit just as greatly from a remote employee. Telecommuting can limit absences, increase productivity, and save money. With telecommuting the idea of the office space is changing but many are saying that it is for the better.
] The national lockdown due to COVID-19 has disrupted the way the legal sector operates. Considered non-essential services under the initial lockdown ruling, legal professionals have had to find ways to navigate their roles without leaving their homes. Embracing technology and virtual working has become a priority, moving the industry towards reliable legal technologies to meet research and practice needs.
For most traditional workplace-based employees, remote working is still only an occasional perk. This is even though employees consistently cite flexible working hours and the ability to work remotely as important factors that would improve job satisfaction and work-life balance.
Millennials (who now make up the largest portion of the workforce) will likely have their pick amongst companies competing for them. Thanks to Teleworking.