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Capitalizing on a Law Firm's Growth—Is Bigger Better?

Many law firms have grown dramatically over the past few years. The challenge for any firm that has experienced fast growth is to be able to capitalize on the firm's new platform. The larger and more diverse and dispersed a firm becomes, the more attention must be focused on managing it. The reality is that growing a firm requires substantial investment in effective management to ensure the firm gets an acceptable return on its investment in growth. + read more

Business Planning for Practice Groups

To prosper and grow, law firms of all sizes must create strategic business plans for their individual practice groups. A good strategic plan may be as simple as three to five goals with action plans designed to implement them. + read more

Top 7 Rules for Law Firms Conducting Call Back Interviews of Law Students

Participating in the call-back interview process is different than being an on-campus interviewer. Most firms spend more time training the attorneys who interview on campus than the larger number who participate in the firm's in-house interviews. While on-campus interviews are initial screening interviews, in-house interviews are a mix of initial screening interviews with students who have sent unsolicited resumes to the firm, call-back interviews resulting from on-campus interviews and second visits from students who have received offers and want to visit additional attorneys before making a decision. + read more

Top 10 Reasons to Hire Interns or Summer Associates

Here are the Top 10 Reasons to Hire Interns or Summer Associates: + read more

The Legal Job Postings That Always Work!

Every day, a large number of legal job seekers enter hundreds of keywords into different job search engines. During the normal course of things, a job seeker might glance through various job posts and check for a few job descriptions. While legal recruiting firms may regularly talk about the ineffectiveness of their job postings, they most often forget that, to get a right candidate for the job, they need more than just a job description. Hence, to receive better results from their law job postings, recruiters need to follow a few guidelines. + read more

Why Employers Use Talent Tracking Software

Talent management software is gaining importance because getting and keeping good talent has become critical in corporate performance. + read more

Legal Job Postings: How to Make Legal Hiring Easier

Hiring the right talent requires tremendous efforts. What is the right talent? That depends entirely on the type of company you are looking at. If you are considering an engineering firm, the person should possess the required engineering skills combined with ability to use them. However, on the other hand, if you are looking at legal jobs, you should essentially look for a person with a sharp mind, who understands law and can roll with the punches, and also possesses the proper experience for the position. So, now that you know what kind of person you are looking for, here is how you can find them. + read more

Hiring Made Easy with Legal Job Postings

Hiring is a task that many recruiters feel like omitting or rushing through. This is why many people in legal jobs suffer from lack of talent and, eventually are fired or leave the firm. If you don't wish to suffer the same fate, you should turn to online options for helping you hire the right talent. Online legal job postings have been specially designed to help recruiters hire the right talent. Using this feature, these portals are able to reach out to thousands of candidates across the globe to help meet needs of the recruiter. This is a marketplace where the recruiters and job seekers meet. + read more

Three Employee Appraisal Myths v. Reality

The use of performance appraisals as a tool to improve performance management may be overrated or misunderstood. Hard research shows performance appraisals have negative effects on employee populations more often than having positive outcomes. As a result, employers and human resources departments are having a fresh look at this essential tool of human resources management. This article takes a look at three major myths of performance appraisal that lead to its misuse. + read more

Hiring on Responses to the Most Common Interview Question

When it comes to interview questions, maybe the most common one posed to candidates is “What’s your strength?” or “Tell us about your strong points,” and similar questions of the same nature. Asking common questions that a candidate expects is one of the greatest interview strategies and it helps to take better informed decisions as answers can be compared against well-researched and standard sets of responses. In this article we are going to explore how employers use the question “What’s your strength?” for making hiring decisions. + read more

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