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How Lawyers Can Donate Their Time to Charity

How Lawyers Can Donate Their Time to Charity

As you know, most organizations can use a little legal help, especially charitable and nonprofit organizations. If you have a law degree and legal experience, offering pro bono legal services to organizations in need is a great way to volunteer. Volunteering in this... read more


How to Stay Happy as a New Lawyer

How to Stay Happy as a New Lawyer

You just passed the Bar Exam. This should be the greatest time of your life: finally out of school and starting your new career. But with long hours and a competitive environment, lawyers are known be some of the unhappiest professionals. With much higher depression,... read more


Five Reasons to Hire Recent Bar Graduates

Five Reasons to Hire Recent Bar Graduates

It’s that time of year again – recent bar graduates have sighed a breath of relief and are eager to start their career. With bright eyes and open minds, they send their resume all around in high hopes of interviews that will lead to their first job out of law... read more


Your Business Connections Don’t Have to LIKE You

Your Business Connections Don’t Have to LIKE You

By Aaron Grossman, CEO I know most of you have heard the line before: PEOPLE DO BUSINESS WITH PEOPLE THEY LIKE AND TRUST. This is how businesses define SALES and RELATIONSHIPS within the SALES PROCESS. For the most part, I am torn by this statement. I do agree with... read more


Why Your Talent Is Leaving and What You Can Do to Keep It

Why Your Talent Is Leaving and What You Can Do to Keep It

Originally published by Smart Business Insights | Talent by Robin Doerschuk   Your business is losing employees. It’s nothing to worry about. You can just replace them, right? “Of course businesses can replace employees who choose to leave, but understand that it... read more


Not in love with your job? What are you waiting for?

Not in love with your job? What are you waiting for?

So you’re “happy with your current position.” Maybe your boss isn’t “too bad.” Or perhaps you’re making “decent money.” No matter how you put it, what you’re saying is: “I’m not ready for a change.” But if your current position isn’t your dream job, let me challenge... read more


Six Important Skills That Require No Talent

Six Important Skills That Require No Talent

Degrees, certifications, training sessions, mentoring and shadowing; these are all great opportunities to expand your knowledge of your field and further your career. Did you know there are other things you can do to enhance your performance at work? And get... read more


When You Don’t Need to Hire a Recruiter

When You Don’t Need to Hire a Recruiter

As a company with hiring needs, you might be questioning whether it is really worth your while to hire a third-party recruiter to fill your open positions. You might have your own internal recruiters, or you might just be a hands-on hiring manager who knows what... read more


When You “Don’t Have a Need” for Recruiters

When You “Don’t Have a Need” for Recruiters

Working in the staffing and recruitment industry, I am entrusted to build relationships with clients, potential clients and everyone in between. The trouble is, I’m often told, “I don’t have a need  right now,” which is usually a nice way of cutting off the... read more