The Importance of Teamwork in the Workplace

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The Importance of Teamwork in the Workplace

We’ve all heard the term: there is no “I” in “team.” Well, it’s true. Every large corporation in the world, including large law firms, understand how teamwork is the main ingredient toward getting projects, no matter their size, done professionally and in a timely matter.
 
5 Important Reasons Why Teamwork Matters!



There is no denying that teamwork is essential to completing goals and projects within an organization. Check out these 5 reasons why teamwork matters that you can convey to your employees.
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3 Conclusive Steps to Getting Sh*t Done

Believe it or not, but some of the most practical and accurate workplace advice can be drawn from the popular children’s novel, Alice in Wonderland. Find out what that advice is in this article.
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Marketing for Recruiters: “What is it going to take to get you into this car?”

These days within the changing landscape of the workplace and the workforce, it is imperative that recruiters fully understand the character of their job candidates to ensure a good workplace fit, particularly where teamwork is involved. This is why as a recruiter, you need to know a candidate’s job acceptance criteria.
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8 Tips to deal with a Know-it-all Employee

They think highly of themselves, and believe the solution to any issue lies with them. The problem is with all that know-it-all employees are they aren’t team workers, or if they are, their attitude inevitably hurts the team. Check out these 8 tips for dealing with a know-it-all employee.
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The Importance of Teamwork in the Modern Law Firm

As law firms evolve from just being law firms to full-blown businesses with marketing and PR departments, teamwork within a law firm becomes that much more important. Learn more with this article.
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The Changing Role of Legal Support Staff

Recent advancements in technology with the law practice, has changed the roles of legal assistants/paralegals and legal secretaries in many law firms. Look into this article to see exactly how the roles of your legal support staff may have changed.
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