Consulting firm prioritises staff welfare, embraces remote work

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By Rukayat Moisemhe

Kaizen Academy Nigeria Ltd. says it is fully embracing remote work options for its staff to promote work-life balance.

The firm’s Chief Operating Officer, Mrs Lilian Madueke, confirmed this in a statement on Thursday in Lagos.

Madueke said the decision was driven by the company’s commitment to staff welfare and progressive approach to the evolving landscape of work in a post-pandemic era.

She said the move was in response to the rising commuting costs, concerns about health and mental well-being, and a dedication to maintaining service quality.

Madueke added that the company’s decision asides easing the financial burden causes by commuting, would allow staff redirect their time and resources towards personal and professional growth.

“The global pandemic has brought health and well-being to the forefront of organisational priorities.

“Kaizen Academy recognises the importance of a healthy work-life balance and aims to provide an environment where its employees can thrive both personally and professionally.

“By allowing remote work, the company enables its staff to create flexible schedules, reducing stress and enhancing overall well-being,” she said.

Madueke stated that in spite of the shift to remote work, Kaizen Academy’s service quality remains uncompromised.

She said the company had invested in cutting-edge technologies and robust communication platforms to ensure seamless collaboration among team members.

This strategic approach, she stated, allowed the firm stay at the forefront of the consulting industry while meeting the evolving needs of its clients.

“This bold move places us at the forefront of innovation within the Nigerian consulting sector.

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“As the first consulting company in the country to adopt full remote work options, the firm signals a new era for the industry, where companies prioritise the well-being of their employees without compromising on productivity or service excellence,” she said.(NAN)(

Edited by Chinyere Joel-Nwokeoma

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