Obiter congratulates Scottish firm Gilson Gray for admitting that staff won’t get into trouble for lying down on the job. Well, for one day a year at least.

The firm took over a Glasgow conference centre for its second annual away day, to allow 25 partners and more than 130 staff learn more about mental health, nutrition, financial wellbeing, fitness and mindfulness. ‘This event recognises that modern employers must invest not only in commercial infrastructure, but also human issues, and deliver a programme of support for staff and their wellbeing that genuinely assists health and familial welfare,’ says managing partner Glen Gilson.