We’re delighted that Tenet has been named as runner up in the Clio Reisman Awards 2020 for Legal Innovation, and that Tenet’s founder, Arun Chauhan, has been highly commended in the Sole Practitioner of the Year Award in the Law Society Excellence Awards 2020.
The Clio Reisman Awards celebrate excellence and innovation within the legal profession, recognising practitioners internationally for their contribution to the field.
The Law Society’s Sole Practitioner of the Year award also commends innovative and pioneering practitioners, who bolster new and unique ways of working within the legal industry.
Tenet Compliance and Litigation was founded in 2016 to support its clients in the prevention of and response to financial fraud. In doing so, Tenet also sought to bring about a new way of working to the legal industry.
As flexible working is typically uncommon at traditional legal practices, Arun wanted Tenet to adopt this unusual approach to working, whilst still keeping client service at the heart of the business.
As a result, since Tenet began, the team has had the option to either work remotely or in Tenet’s central office location. Many of the team are from national or international law backgrounds and haven’t experienced this way of working before, including no fee targets, chargeable hours targets or cash collection targets. This allows focus to remain on delivering high-quality service to clients, rather than on presenteeism.
The unique way of working has contributed to a more satisfied team and a positive working culture. To learn more about the impact leadership has on organisational culture and how this can leave your business more vulnerable to fraud risk, read our White Paper.
The successes in both the Clio Reisman Awards and the Law Society Excellence Awards would not have been possible without the dedicated hard work of the Tenet team, who continue to bring joy to their clients through high-quality service.