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IDC and Slater and Gordon discuss “work anywhere” digital employee experience

On-Demand Webinar

Most organizations strive to be technology enabled, but few set their sights on being truly technology-driven like leading law firm, Slater and Gordon.

Slater and Gordon’s IT team established an ethos that enables them to deliver a world-class, AI-driven digital workplace experience, with the aim of driving employee productivity, engagement and satisfaction at scale.

Watch IDC and Slater and Gordon discuss:

  • The latest research and trends in digital workplace and transformation as we transition to a future of work centered on supporting a hybrid working culture
  • Why it’s vital to move beyond a reactive, ITIL service desk model and challenge the traditional structure of SLAs
  • The transition to support remote working and the resulting benefits around talent acquisition and retention, billable staff productivity and cost reduction achieved by Slater and Gordon
  • How Slater and Gordon’s IT team successfully foster a supportive connection with their workforce that drives invaluable dialogue, feedback and engagement to enable employee wellness initiatives

Featured Speakers

Angela Salmeron

Associate Research Director, Future of Work, IDC

Angela Salmeron has over 10 years of experience in the ICT industry and is currently an associate research director with IDC's European Future of Work research service, based in London. In this role, she provides coverage of key technology trends across the Future of Work, including the digital workspace, security and trust, collaborative platforms and the augmented worker.

Jon Grainger

Chief Information Officer, Slater and Gordon

Having previously held senior positions with the likes of Deloitte and Accenture, Jon drives Slater and Gordon's technology strategy with three key principles: “Work Anywhere, Automate Everything, and Create”. This is his fourth year in the legal sector and his second CIO appointment at a law firm (previously Jon was CIO at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer). He is passionate about unlocking the massive potential that technology has to positively disrupt traditional legal business models.

Dan Morton

Technology Director, Slater and Gordon

Dan joined Slater and Gordon in 2014, rising to the role of Technology Director, where he’s been instrumental in the firm’s evolution into a technology-driven organization. Dan works to ensure the technology team supplies tools that appeal to the modern professional services employee, removes repetitive and error prone tasks, and attracts top talent to the firm through the provision of the best possible digital employee experience.