In her third podcast interview with the firm, Doing Law Differently host Lucy Dickens recently interviewed Nexus National Marketing and Business Manager Justine Lamond on the importance of company values and how the Nexus creates a positive workplace culture.
“No matter how big or how small you are, over time, a positive workplace culture creates an environment that everyone wants to work at,” said Justine, “And that is why ‘collaboration’, ‘respect’ and ‘commitment’ are key company values at Nexus.”
“The flexible working aspect of Nexus is one of the key benefits of our practice model, and this was proven successful during COVID when we experienced very little change to our operations. Because our workforce is quite geographically dispersed, we have always placed extra importance and effort into building a positive and supportive workplace culture,” explained Justine, “At Nexus, we are focused on building a working environment that allows both our lawyers and staff to build sustainable, enjoyable and, ultimately, rewarding careers –
And all of this starts with having company values that we can all live and breathe. Together, our values and our
commitment to them enable us to deliver a modern legal practice that’s better for both clients and lawyers.”
Doing Law Differently podcast episode 20: An interview with Nexus Managing Director and Founder Marcus McCarthy on why he established the Nexus Law Group and how the NewLaw practice is making a difference.
Doing Law Differently podcast episode 52: An interview with Group Principal Tara Lucke on how being part of the Nexus has helped her grow her practice, follow her career passions and find life balance.
As part of an ongoing webinar discussion series, the CFO Centre and Nexus Law Group discuss the options available to a company negatively impacted by COVID, lockdowns and a substantial drop in revenue.
As part of an ongoing webinar discussion series, the CFO Centre and Nexus Law Group discuss key economic, financial and legal issues impacting Australian SMEs. In this episode, the CFO Centre’s CEO David King, NSW Regional Director Paul Gunson and Nexus Corporate & Commercial specialist Group Principal Colin Miller discuss current client business sentiment and structuring options available for SMEs in this new post Job Keeper economic environment.
In the June 2021 edition of Acuity, Nexus Law Group legal technologist and Group Principal Jeremy Duffy explains the difference between e- and digital signatures, "As the use of e-signatures increases exponentially, chartered accountants and their clients need to understand the difference between the two and the legal responsibilities implied with each."