Ana Ascanio

Associate
Barcelona
Labour 
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Tell us about yourself

I graduated in law in 1998 and from the beginning it was clear to me that I wanted to specialise in labour law;

I have always provided services in this area of law, providing comprehensive employment advice to all types of organisations.

How do you think these last few years have influenced the way you work?

The year 2020 meant, without any doubt, a change in the way of understanding labour relations. It was clear that another way of working was possible and at Baker Tilly, with our teleworking policies, we are a clear example that efficiency is not achieved with the presence but with the commitment of all its members;

The new challenge for the coming years, which will undoubtedly bring another major change in the framework of labour relations, will be the use of artificial intelligence to optimise time and improve our competitiveness.

What do you value most about your day-to-day life and being part of Baker Tilly?

I don't like monotonous jobs and I don't like getting up in the morning knowing what the day has in store for me. Therefore, one of the things I value most is the diversity of issues I can deal with, which requires constant training;

It is a privilege to be part of Baker Tilly and to have a cohesive team, with an unbeatable working environment and excellent professionals and even better people, if that is possible.

We all know that beginnings are not always easy, but every obstacle is a learning opportunity. With attitude, rigour and effort, the best is always yet to come.

Ana Ascanio

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