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How To Stop Workplace Gossip In Its Tracks

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Watercooler conversations can be a great way to jump into the culture of the firm, however, gossiping is different. Gossip can ruin a reputation and destroy employee morale. If you’re not careful, listening to and engaging in workplace gossip can ruin your reputation and damage your career. Tips on how to stop workplace gossip in its tracks:

New Hire Tips: Four Signs Your New Work Friend Is Giving Bad Advice

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You’ve started a new job and have made a lot of new friends and allies. Many of them are eager to help by giving you a sense of the law firm culture and a few gems of good advice. But is it really good advice? Consider the signs that you’re new workplace buddy may not be giving you the best counsel.

Attorney Job Search: How To Warm Call Employers

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Law firms are busy, that’s why cold-calling firms in your job search may not be the best strategy. However, a warm call may just be what gets you the attention you want. Here are a few tips on how to warm call an employer.

Recruiter Corner: Building an Authentic Online Brand

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Building an authentic online brand can feel overwhelming especially for busy recruiters who want to attract the best candidates and employers. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to integrate authenticity into the core of your image and messaging.

Attorney Job Search: How To Build Your LinkedIn Network

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Continuing with the theme of building relationships, we move on to social media. But what about LinkedIn? Like any other social media site, LinkedIn gives back only what you’re willing to put into it. We have a few tips on how to build your LinkedIn network.

New Hire Tips: Building Valuable Relationships

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They say that it isn’t what you know, but who you know. To a point, that is true. Getting ahead as a young attorney is not just about what you know, it is also about building a powerful network of peers and potential mentors who can help your career.

Law Firm Hiring: Four Benefits of Promoting from Within

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Promoting associates from within your law firm offers many benefits such as higher productivity, increased loyalty, and improved morale. If [soft] benefits do not entice your firm, consider the bottom line. Developing in-house associates cost less than recruiting a new or lateral hire.