The awards recognise and celebrate excellence in the legal sector across the UK, making the shortlisting a proud achievement for the team at Tenet.
The Legal Services Innovation award is given to firms, chambers and in-house teams which have provided innovative changes to the ways of providing legal services.
Tenet’s shortlisting is as a result of its fresh approach to the traditional professional services model.
Prioritising flexible, part-time or remote working is not common practice within traditional law firms, despite the benefits it can bring to both employee morale, productivity and client satisfaction.
Arun Chauhan, Tenet’s founder, realised some of his former colleagues, successful legal professionals, had since left the profession, due to the inability to
find a suitable work-life balance. Tenet’s innovative way of delivering high-quality counter fraud advice and training lawyers with the ability to carry out their career to a high standard in a niche area of work (financial crime compliance, investigations and disputes arising from fraud), whilst still fulfilling various family commitments has proved successful.
“The level of quality of amongst the nominees is exceptionally high. We’re very proud to be a part of the cohort but most importantly, we’re very proud of our team. This nomination wouldn’t have been possible without their continuous hard work and dedication,” says Arun.
The food landscape is everchanging. With the rise in veganism, heightened focus on allergens and higher demand for organic food products – both in the home and in restaurants – the food industry is having to take measures to keep pace.
Pub landlords, owners and managers – from large chains to single sites – need to work hard to engage differently with their teams, ensuring a highly engaged and motivated workforce. This is key to a positive working culture.
Earlier this year, Tenet’s founder, Arun Chauhan, spoke at the MA500’s event to share how the wrong pub culture can leave you at high risk of employee fraud.