The below charts track instructions from our law firm clients from 2014 to end of the first quarter of 2018. We have left out actual numbers from the y-axis but the graphs map the data correctly to show trends.
Outsourcing your law firm’s administrative support functions can feel daunting, but has benefits for both your firm and the staff being outsourced themselves. This blog details what it actually means to outsource your admin functions, and how we work with support staff once they’re transferred to Intelligent Office, ensuring a smooth transition, and providing your firm with the best service possible.
The past 12 months has been a progressive period for the finance departments of law firms across London, particularly for the larger firms where commercial finance expertise is maturing and resources are growing.
The growing impact of workplace stress has been revealed today in a new survey – with three quarters of people describing it as a ‘way of life’. The research – conducted by Cascade HR – polled 540 UK participants across a range of occupations and demographics, in readiness for Mental Health Awareness Week (14-18 May).
Clayton Legal reports that law firms across the country are struggling to recruit the talent they need – and it’s not only because of chronic skills shortages. Without a strong employer brand firms aren’t giving themselves a fighting chance of attracting and, more importantly, retaining the very best talent.
Back in 2011, Robert Bourns, senior partner at TLT spoke openly about the importance of properly rewarding and promoting law support staff through renumeration schemes. In a piece written for the Law Gazette, Bourns penned…
At CB Resourcing we help many of the world’s most successful consulting and professional services businesses hire for Thought Leadership Analysts, usually in professional services or consulting but also in other industries.
The 100th anniversary of women achieving the vote is marked in 2018 and next year it will also be the centenary of the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919, which paved the way for women to become lawyers.