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The Temporary Staffing Strategy - Survival Instinct for Hiring

The Temporary Staffing Strategy - Survival Instinct for Hiring The temporary staffing industry has always been looked upon as a bellwether for the U.S., according to the analysts. It is used during survival mode by most hiring managers. + read more


Effective Hiring Strategies — Making the Best Use of Job Postings

Effective Hiring Strategies — Making the Best Use of Job Postings All bad online job ads exhibit the same mistakes — dull writing, uninspiring language and failure to highlight the company’s image. Here are some of the best ways to craft job postings that will appeal to the right candidates. + read more


Tips on Hiring Paralegals

Tips on Hiring Paralegals Lynne J. DeVenny, a North Carolina State Bar Certified Paralegal with 20+ years of experience and co-host of monthly podcast, The Paralegal Voice at Legal Talk Network, provides some tips for attorneys looking to hire a paralegal, and for paralegals seeking employment, in her blog posted at practicesmarter.com, ''How to Hire a Great Paralegal''. + read more


How Attorneys Choose Law Firms

How Attorneys Choose Law Firms As professional search consultants, part of our job is to counsel attorneys on a daily basis as to how they should choose between competing law firms. There is a considerable degree of insight that is needed to understand the psychology that attorneys attach to choosing between competing offers, and contrary to popular perception, attorneys do not always choose to work in the highest-paying or most prestigious law firms. Understanding why attorneys choose one firm over another can help you both attract and retain attorneys after they are hired. + read more


8 Ways to Ensure You Hire Stars

8 Ways to Ensure You Hire Stars Far too many legal-hiring organizations fail to hire stars because their hiring process actually prevents superstar candidates from ever getting in the door. By reviewing the following list of suggestions for organizing and streamlining your approach to hiring, you should be able to maximize your chances of hiring the star candidates who may have eluded your recruiting efforts in the past. + read more


How Attorneys Choose Law Firms

How Attorneys Choose Law Firms As professional search consultants, part of our job is to counsel attorneys on a daily basis as to how they should choose between competing law firms. There is a considerable degree of insight that is needed to understand the psychology that attorneys attach to choosing between competing offers, and contrary to popular perception, attorneys do not always choose to work in the highest-paying or most prestigious law firms. Understanding why attorneys choose one firm over another can help you both attract and retain attorneys after they are hired. + read more


Attract Smart, Young Associate Attorneys to Jobs at Your Law Firm Using a Microsite

Attract Smart, Young Associate Attorneys to Jobs at Your Law Firm Using a Microsite In this article Jennifer C. LaRusso discusses law firms' using their websites and microsites to recruit new associate attorneys. For any law firm filling junior associate lawyer job openings can be stressful in terms of reaching recent law school graduates and appealing to them. LaRusso explains that these days a law firm website's ''About Us'' section just won't cut it. Having a microsite linked to the main law firm website can interest and draw in some of the most talented young lawyers out there. + read more


The Benefits of Hiring an Administrator in Law Firms

The Benefits of Hiring an Administrator in Law Firms When it comes to management at law firms, management does not simply refer to case management. It is also connotes the fact that law firms are businesses. Therefore, lawyers must also manage the business aspects of the firm, including payroll, purchasing supplies, and human resources. However, most lawyers are not specifically trained to handle the business side and would prefer to stick to the legal matters. Even if one were to delegate those responsibilities to a paralegal or legal secretary, either of those people may also have inadequate experience or education. + read more


Avoiding Conflicts of Interest: Experts Speak Out on Conflicts Checks

Avoiding Conflicts of Interest: Experts Speak Out on Conflicts Checks Whether they're due to a new client, new representation for an existing client, or a lateral hire, regular checks for conflicts of interest have become an essential part of a firm's operations. ''The idea is to be able to allow the firm to identify…a situation which gives rise to an actual conflict of interest, or could potentially rise to a conflict of interest down the line,'' explained Richard E. Flamm, Esq., expert on conflicts of interest and author of Lawyer Disqualification: Conflicts of Interest and Other Bases. ''The proper conflicts check depends on a number of factors, including the jurisdiction you're in and the size of the firm,'' Flamm said. + read more


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