The legal employment market has never been so fast moving and recruitment of the best talent continues to be competitive.

Bloomberg Law recently reported that nearly half of lawyers report being open to new opportunities, and one in 10 lawyers are actively pursuing new job opportunities. The legal professional is not alone, 2021 was the labelled the year of the “Great Resignation.” With so many workers, including those in the legal profession, actively planning a change in employer, travel is one way of differentiating your package to support retention and aid recruitment.

By working with a legal travel expert, you will be able to develop your travel policy to place a greater focus upon your traveller’s wellbeing and productivity. We have worked closely with a range of our legal clients to establish and implement protocols surrounding red eye flights and guidelines for driving following long flights.

In an era when many employees have reported signs of burnout, concerns and administration in relation to travel is one area that can be easily taken off your lawyers’ plates by working with a travel specialist. We ensure that everything is looked after so your people can focus on doing what they do best. Regardless of whether it’s working behind the scenes to help clients to avoid travel chaos following extreme weather or offering check-in as standard, we always go the extra mile. 94% of the time we contact our clients before they call us. We work around the clock to pre-empt issues and keep your lawyers safe. With Reed & Mackay your travellers will have complete peace of mind.

We’re also more than a ‘booking service.’ We make sure your travellers have just the right working environment when travelling. Access to secure Wi-Fi, space for a laptop and charging docks are paramount. We fully appreciate the importance of securing a lone seat when absolute privacy is required. By holding more detailed travel preferences than any other travel management company, your people will be fully cared for when on the road.

Use your travel programme as an extra way of showing your employees how they are valued.