Norton Rose Fulbright want to support their time-poor partners by providing a wellbeing service across EMEA that maximised productivity and focus through removing stress and distractions at work. Away from the workplace they wanted to improve work-life balance to ensure partners were able to fully recharge.
The Circles solution:
Working with the Norton Rose Fulbright, Circles developed a global digital work-life balance program that offered unlimited life admin, travel planning and other time-saving services. The program included:
The program launched to over 300EMEA partners. Program activations soon reached over 30% with a high monthly utilisation of 45%. Partners found the service very useful, with over 60% back to use the service again.
Providing Norton Rose Fulbright partners with a global work-life balance service saved them on average 2 hours 30 minutes per use allowing them to refocus and recharge, achieving a better work-life balance.
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