The Dignity Matters survey will close this Friday, 18 June.
Supporting a culture of respect
Thank you to all of you who have participated in the Dignity Matters survey to date. Your contribution will inform a change programme to support a culture of dignity, respect and inclusivity in the solicitors’ profession.
For those of you who have not had the time to complete the survey yet, now is your last chance. The deadline for submissions to the survey is close of business this Friday, 18 June 2021. There will be no further extensions to the submission deadline after this.
What’s it about?
Here’s a quick summary about the Dignity Matter survey:
- The survey asks about solicitors’ subjective experience of previous/current work environments in Ireland, specifically as it relates to bullying, harassment, and sexual harassment.
- While hearing about negative workplace experiences is important, it is just as important for us to hear about positive workplace experiences. Every experience counts.
- The survey is confidential. Crowe (Ireland) is delivering the survey on behalf of the Law Society, will review all responses, and present aggregated findings to the Law Society only. You will not be bound, in any way, by your answers.
On 6 May, Crowe (Ireland) issued the Dignity Matters survey to everyone on the Roll of Solicitors who has ever practised in Ireland. Since then, colleagues should have received reminders.
If you cannot find any emails from Crowe with the survey link in your email inbox, spam or junk folder, contact Deirdre O’Reilly from Crowe at Deirdre.Oreilly@crowe.ie and she will resend you an original link for completion.
Further information is available in the Professional Wellbeing Hub. You can also read about the survey on gazette.ie.