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For most of us, what’s happening in the workplace is unprecedented. Many of us, who are happy to still be employed, have been thrust into working from home with little to no preparation. As the situation evolves quickly, it’s important to think outside the box to be able to continue servicing our clients. In the legal industry it is time for a paradigm shift. Many firms have struggled with allowing people to work from home for a myriad of reasons. At this point, we have no choice. To help you get off on the right foot, the following are some best practices as we move forward into this new working environment.
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By Valerie Pennacchio
Why is it that those who are best skilled at advocating for others are ill-equipped at advocating for their own skills and what to do about it?
By Nick Gaffney and Lauren Gard
Determining what to say to whom, and when to say it, was anything but obvious to law firm leaders and marketing departments at the start of the pandemic. But nine months in, some clear strategies have emerged for successfully navigating external communications when the future is uncertain and the stakes are high.
By Carlos Arcos
Cisions recent State of the Media Report included some useful insight and guidance for PR professionals when dealing with the media, including ways to build positive relationships with journalists and best practices for pitching.
By Sharon Meit Abrahams
Firms have taken a hit due to COVID-19 and some will use this review cycle to pinpoint underperformers and reduce compensation. This is why it’s even more important for you to make a case for yourself.