Marketed as the must-attend event for everyone in practice management, CascadeGo are looking forward to another day of success when they attend their second LPM Conference of 2018 next week. Following on from our success as a key sponsor at the popular London event earlier this year, CascadeGo will attend the latest LPM Conference in Birmingham on the 24th April, and meet with new contacts from SME law firms.
CascadeGo is designed to reduce HR admin, and helps law firms to manage their workforce more efficiently. The legal sector can take full advantage of:
Simon Shorter, Senior Recruitment Consultant, discusses the advantages Law Staff offers candidates seeking a new position in the legal sector.
Successful recruitment relies heavily on having a voice in the market and exposing your CV to the right client advertising the right vacancy, which aligns with your skills and experience. This is how we at Law Staff approach recruiting top talent for our clients, ranging from niche practices to in-house departments, from mid-sized firms to regional heavyweights including many listed in the UK Legal 200.
In a new feature for The Yorkshire Times, we put a regional business professional in the hot seat and give them 10 minutes to answer our 10 burning questions. Here, we hear from Kate Swinscoe, marketing manager at Leeds-based Cascade HR.
CB Resourcing have conducted a survey of senior management in the legal information sector specifically looking at the skills that will be required in the future. This survey has covered both existing and emerging skill sets in the legal information profession.
I’m excited to announce our Consultant Maribeth Eisenmann will be presenting the findings and facilitating a panel discussion at this year’s BIALL conference.
If you’re attending make sure not to miss our session on Saturday morning!
With the end of the financial year now looming, a number of organisations are gearing up for what can often be an incredibly frantic time.
But from a remuneration perspective, there are many ways to avoid encountering ‘payroll pain’, believes Claire Treadwell, senior bureau manager at Cascade Payroll Managed Services.
The number of UK residents in employment reached a brand new record during the final quarter of 2017, with an estimated 32.21 million people in work in the three months ending November.
Many organisations are, quite rightly, turning to tech to automate several of their business processes, explains Paul Sparkes from Cascade HR. But when it comes to HR, systems and software needn’t strip the ‘human’ out of Human Resources…
The growing degree of automation in the workplace has long posed a worry for a large proportion of the British population. In fact, back in 2015, a study by Deloitte and Oxford University revealed the extent to which people were fearful for their jobs!
Article written by Rosaline Mills.
Include a key skills section
This is the introduction to your CV which the employer will read before investigating further into the specifics of your previous places of work. Include key skills which you have proven recent experience of and use vocabulary specific to the area of law in which you practice.
For legal support roles, give examples of the type of fee earners you have supported and list the duties which you have undertaken.
The effects of the new gender pay reporting legislation due next week will be staggering and long-lasting, believes Oliver Shaw, CEO of Cascade HR. In fact, the degree of exploitation that the law could uncover, may well be as profound in impact as the #MeToo movement that rocked the workplace in late 2017. Here, he elaborates on his thoughts in this exclusive interview with HR Review…
Article by Derek Schutz, Product Manager Business Intelligence, Aderant
“Fortune favors the prepared mind.” – Louis Pasteur
It’s almost an annual affair in the legal community.
By the second quarter of every year, we see a series of reports on lateral hiring in law firms. Each year, these reports seemingly draw similar conclusions:
While lateral hiring remains an important growth strategy, many lateral hires fail to meet law firm expectations.