Engagement with clients can advance LGBTQ equality & inclusion, says Linklaters’ Nathalie Hobbs

The act of inclusion goes a long way to providing a safe and caring work environment for all employees — and one that will benefit through higher productivity, says Nathalie Hobbs, Managing Partner for Asia at Linklaters.

“Inclusion and ensuring that people are able to bring their whole selves to work, make for a happier and more productive environment,” Hobbs says. “In a professional context, diversity is allied to creativity, which is a large part of our role as we try to solve problems for our clients.”

Outspoken

From her position in the firm, Hobbs notes she is witnessing the growing importance of diversity and inclusion (D&I) among legal employers in the Asia-Pacific region.

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