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Learn from legal expert, Harrison Barnes
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By Harrison Barnes, CEO and Founder - BCG Attorney Search
Reorganizing often comes with additional problems like low employee morale leading to lower productivity and diminishing bottom-line in organizations. Sometimes, efficient workers are the first to leave and law firms may face the additional burden of hiring new workers in their already disturbed state of affairs. Lack of job security and confusion at workplace doesn't leave the remaining employees with much motivation, sometimes leading to absenteeism and negative efficiency levels among the workforce.
In such times, what any law firm needs is employee confidence and employee buy-in that will lead employees to put their best foot forward and pull the organization through bad times. All said, for firms that are in the process of reorganizing, it is always a tough call to manage the negative effects of reorganizing on their employees and others in their eco-systems.
What should law firms do when uncertain economic times come? Here are a few tips: