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Writing Job Postings that Guarantee Results

Many job seekers consider their resumes to be documents which highlight their best potential. Alternatively, job postings are an ideal way for companies to put forward the finest points about their company and attract the right candidates. Employers today need to understand the power that job postings carry to attract the right candidates and set aside the less than ideal candidates. + read more

ABA Accreditation of Foreign Law Schools?

ABA Accreditation of Foreign Law Schools? It's been over three years that foreign law schools, in particular the Peking University School of Transnational Law have been seeking ABA accreditation. As Sino-American trade relations form closer ties, the need to increase cross-border understanding was expected to escalate, obviously. At other times, such a gesture by a foreign law school to gain ABA accreditation may have been seen as eccentric, or to be of little significance. However, the recent drop in the number of fruitfully employed law graduates and the tenacity of the economic recession, have made many concerned about the prospect of opening a potential floodgate of foreign lawyers into the market. Whether the Peking University School of Transnational Law (PUSTL) in China ultimately receives accreditation or not is a different issue, but even considering the matter at this week's annual ABA meeting, is seen by some as sacrilege. + read more

Rise of the Middle-class in the Law Firm Market: Is it the end of the Big Firm Era?

Rise of the Middle-class in the Law Firm Market: Is it the end of the Big Firm Era? After analyzing from all angles, it seems that mid-tier law firms are destined to experience greater growth and stability than their big law counterparts in both the current economy and the near future. The shift, of course, is not sudden, but definitely global in nature. At the end of last month, the legal market in Australia reported that mid-tier law firms were definitely edging ahead of big law firms. The Q2, 2012 Peer Monitor Index released by the Hildebrandt Institute this 27th July affirms the same is also true for the U.S. legal market. + read more

The Economic and Societal Impact of Office Space in Law Firms

The Economic and Societal Impact of Office Space in Law Firms Understanding the economic and societal impact of office space in law firms is critical to satisfying the needs of human resources within your own law firm, and also helps to identify the hierarchy when you walk into any law firm for the first time. Office space is a reward, incentive, and status declaration, all at the same time. And this is more true in a law firm than most other businesses today. + read more

Select the Right Job Title – It Matters

Job titles significantly influence decisions related to career growth. Hence, a lot of HR managers and recruiters are torn between whether to lure the right candidate by offering a better designation or to tempt him by offering a salary hike. + read more

What Does an Effective Job Description Look Like?

You may have the best job posting practices, but if the job descriptions fail to impress the job seekers you may not get fair returns on your job posting investment. Further, in order to write effective job descriptions, it is a good idea to get into the shoes of a job seeker and consider what they would expect an exciting job listing to contain. + read more

Top Five Tips for Successful Job Postings

Job boards are the most effective tools for communicating open positions to job seekers. Irrespective of the increasing use of social media for reaching out to potential candidates, job boards are still the most preferred option for job seekers looking for suitable jobs. Hence, drafting apt job postings is important to the success of your recruitment efforts. + read more

Getting More Out of Your Job Posting

When you start posting jobs on various online and offline media, it becomes important for you to measure the outcome of the posting. Measuring the impact of your job postings will not just tell you whether your postings are being viewed by the right job seekers but also give you a heads up on whether an alternative approach is required to woo the target candidates. + read more

Five Most Commonly Made Job Posting Mistakes

In today’s competitive labor markets, it is obvious that the jobseekers are trying their best to attract the employers’ attention; however, the reverse is also true, where the employers are also focusing on the drafting the most effective job postings in an attempt to grab the right candidates. + read more

Capturing the Mind of Job Seekers

The main purpose of a job posting is to capture the interest of the job searchers. Hence, it is important to realize that job postings are classified advertisements of the available jobs displayed to encourage responses from targeted job hunters. Therefore, job postings should be capable of selling both the company and the open position. Do not forget this point as job postings play an important role in the entire recruitment chain. + read more

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