Written by Jennifer Evans, Executive Legal Recruiter Early on in my career, I was introduced to the teachings of Lou Alder; he is best known as the “Original Headhunter”. His insights on how to attract and evaluate talented professionals are valuable tools that I have incorporated into my recruiting practice. With today’s challenges in finding quality… Read more »
Written by Guest Author, Beth Todd, Esq. If you’ve wondered whether your key players will leave after receiving their bonuses, you’re not alone. Many partners and managers have the same question running through their minds and for good reason. Even your happiest and most loyal employees will use evaluation and ringing in the new year… Read more »
Written by Jennifer Evans, Executive Legal Recruiter, for the Legal Leadership Institute It is Monday morning; you had a great weekend and are ready to tackle the week ahead when you get a call from a partner that he wants to meet ASAP (sound familiar?). Dreading what is to come, you load up with your… Read more »
Upcoming California Legal And Human Resource Events – Q2 2017
Recently, I commented on a post about how to answer the question – “Tell me about yourself?” – the most frequently asked interviewing question. Based on the response, I thought I would expand on my thoughts.
As always, the New Year is a time of resolutions & reflections. This is the perfect time to take a moment and reflect back on what you have accomplished in 2015 and what opportunities are ahead for you in 2016.
With more and more people deciding to start a job search, which many have been putting off for a long time, it is even more important to come into the job market with the best résumé possible – You only have one chance at that first impression!
…this is a great time of the year to take a moment and do a mid-year career check-up.
It Can Be As Simple As Asking Yourself – What, Who, Where & How:
Upcoming law related educational and networking events – We hope to see you at an event soon!
Guest Blogger, Barbara Mencer, provides a good “dose of reality” regarding the quest for a balanced life. Is there such a thing? Does it support peak performance?