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Hiring

Law Firms Likely to Change Policies in Light of Salary Disclosure Laws

We appear to have reached the tipping point with regard to whether employers can ask job seekers about their current compensation. In addition to the various jurisdictions that have passed legislation prohibiting such inquiries, many companies, ...

Steve Nelson - June 11, 2018
talent

How to Win the War for Lateral Talent

Hiring lateral partners and groups is a key component for success in today’s competitive law firm market. And while large firms get all the headlines for key coups, smaller firms have both more to gain and lose in recruiting talent. Winning in ...

Steve Nelson - May 26, 2017

Five Steps to Winning the Hiring Wars

Winning the talent war is one of the most important ways that an organization can make more than incremental change in a relatively short period of time. In his book, “Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap and Others ...

Steve Nelson - November 4, 2016

Where Will the Legal Jobs Be in 2026?

Well, the short answer is: Read William Henderson's ABA Journal article “What the Jobs Are.” It’s hard to improve on Bill’s excellent work. But I’ll offer some complementary thoughts here. By 2026, we should be coming to the end of an ...

Jordan Furlong - September 28, 2016

Mistakes Lawyers Make When Procuring an Expert Witness

Expert witnesses often provide the information and insight necessary to make or break a case. Why, then, do we procrastinate, delegate or simply rush the process of selecting an exceptional expert witness? Yes, it’s one more thing to do, but ...

Ingrid Vinci - February 4, 2016
Freelance Outsource

Give Your Clients the Most by Outsourcing

In law as in child-rearing, your clients need you to do certain things for them. They need your love in the form of guidance and counsel. They need you to be the expert in their needs, to guide them through the best course of action, and to ...

Nicole Bradick - September 30, 2015
Social Media

Using Social Media as a Screening Tool for New Hires

Recruiting and hiring a new employee is never easy. Last time I talked about different ways you can use social media to find better job candidates. For some, though, the most difficult part comes when you have narrowed your pool to two or three ...

Noble McIntyre - October 16, 2014
Social Media

Using Social Media to Find Better Job Candidates

Whether you consider yourself "social media-savvy" or not, your prospective employees likely are. The days of placing want ads in the local paper are long gone. Certainly, you can post job listings on standbys like Monster.com, or aggregators ...

Noble McIntyre - September 15, 2014
T-Rex with open mouth Otto Sorts

Tomatoes, Squash, Associates and Weeds

Each spring when I plant my garden, I have great expectations for all the vegetables I’ll be harvesting. By June, the new plants start to look a little like the pictures in the catalog, but here and there I encounter a few "volunteers" from last ...

Otto Sorts - September 24, 2013
Managing

Generation Hexed: Debunking Employers’ Assumptions About Older Lawyers

Last week in part one of this post on "Generation Hexed," Jared Correia discussed why older lawyers are finding it harder to stay employed, and proposed specific actions the organized bar and legal employers should consider. In part two, he ...

Jared Correia - July 9, 2013