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Managing Legal Professionals
Employee motivation matters just as much in law firms as it does in any other industry. In fact, we happen to think it’s more important. It’s imperative that law firms attract and retain talented staff who are engaged in fulfilling the values of the office. Retention is important for two distinct reasons. First, there is the expense of hiring and training new staff, even if they’re experienced. To keep this cost to a minimum and to break even with it, retention of staff is crucial. Second, many law firms rely on the creation and nurturing of long-term relationships with their clients. That is much easier done when a law firm doesn’t experience massive or frequent turnover. + read more
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sexual Harassment in Law Firms: What Law Firms Can Do to Address the Problem
- From the entertainment industry to politics, sexual harassment has increasingly become taboo.
- Job loss to public shaming has all but silenced many women and men who are victims of workplace sexual harassment.
- This is especially true within law firms.
- But now women and men are speaking out, putting production companies, politicians, and yes, law firms on notice.
Summary: Leadership is about being communicative and transparent. + read more
Summary: These six articles outline some of the work-related adversities an employee or job seeker can face. + read more
Summary: Find out how leadership, mentorship, and recruitment fit together in these articles. + read more
Summary: Law firms are no different than any other organization when it comes to having a hard time relating to millennials but needing to find a way to make it work. + read more
Summary: What kinds of discrimination are still present in today’s workplace? Find out six cases of discrimination still happening today. + read more
Summary: The failure of a law firm begins with the standards the leadership sets and accepts. Learn what to look for so it can be corrected before it is too late. + read more
Summary: Some write for advice, some need to vent, and some don’t like me very much. + read more
Summary: It is a well-founded legal principle that the role of law firm associates is one of drudgery, tedium, grind, toil, and humiliation. The partner's role, on the other hand, is more as an entertainer and public face of the firm. + read more