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Making the Case for Love in Your Law Firm

Okay, don't get your knickers in a knot. We're not talking about illicit affairs steaming up the supply closet, or after-hours trysts with clients. Today, in the first of a two-part series, Christy Cassisa is talking about an entirely different sort of love — it’s called companionate love, and new research shows it is good for employers, employees and even clients. What Is Companionate Love? Companionate love refers to a type of emotional culture found in the workplace, one in which employees care for one another and relationships are based on warmth, affection and connection. ... READ THE REST

Originally published February 17, 2015
Last updated February 14, 2020
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