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For the most part, law firms continue to structure themselves in a traditional operating and employment models with a dedicated workforce of talent arranged in an organizational hierarchy. In today's Gig Economy, however, this will unlikely hold. Here's why.
Robert Frost once wrote; “Home is a place that when you have to go there, they have to take you in.” That prose speaks volumes to the level of loyalty family members feel toward one another. There is an implied familial contract that obliges parents, siblings and children to always find a place for family members. For years, there had been a similar implied social contract between employers and employees that suggested an inviolable relationship.
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By Sharon Meit Abrahams
Techniques and important guidelines that will help an attorney conduct remote interviews that are efficient and help to lead to quality candidates for hire.
By Larry Bodine
The new normal under the plague has put pressure on law firms to simply operate, as well as thrive. However, law firms have a unique opportunity during the COVID-19 outbreak to capture new files and business. Now is the time to use a personal touch and double down on digital marketing.
By Deborah Farone and Michael Mellor
For the last decade, law firms have been touting that they are client-centered. While we generally agree that is the case, we also believe that there are still untapped opportunities to bring the “voice of the client” to additional aspects of the firm and improve the overall client experience.
By Tomas Suros
If there’s an upside to this unsettling period, it’s that the same cloud that irrevocably changed the way companies do business in recent years will now help them navigate through this pandemic. By enabling remote work in response to this crisis, companies will emerge nimbler, more technologically sound and more productive.