Briefing May 2017: Shared visions

Resource - 09/05/2017 : Allen & Overy, artificial intelligence, Browne Jacobson, business transformation, communication, cost control, diversity and inclusion, email, employee engagement, facebook, highq, Howard Kennedy, internal collaboration, intranet, itelligence, kks, knowledge management, leasing, legal spend management, mindfulness, mishcon de reya, office layouts, portals, pwc, reed smith, SAP, shoosmiths, thomson reuters legal tracker, travers smith, Human Resources, Knowledge Management, Marketing & BD, Risk & Compliance, Technology

Shared visions
 

Firms are investing in more open, inclusive and efficient collaboration channels, but can they manage a culture to match?

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Educating Matters

Network Partner - 17/12/2015 : employee benefit, employee engagement, parenting class, Parenting course, work life balance

‘Educating Matters’ deliver seminars, webinars and one-to-one consultations for parents/carers in the workplace. We aim to equip working families with the skills necessary to maximise the quality of precious time they spend at...

Briefing on: Reviewing resourcing in 2015

Resource - 08/10/2015 : aderant, apprentices, ashurst, BA Insight, berwin leighton paisner, bird & bird, dac beachcroft, diversity, employee engagement, inclusion, Informance, King & Wood Mallesons, Lawyers on Demand, lexisnexis, Mater Brown, mobile working, regression analysis, reverse mentoring, social mobility, stress management, training, unconscious bias, Vodafone, weightmans, Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co, Human Resources, Knowledge Management, Marketing & BD, Risk & Compliance

Something for everyone?
 

Chris Oglethorpe, HR director at Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co, explains the importance of data to improving employee engagement, plus perspectives on delivering ...

Can law firms ever truly engage their employees?

Blog post - 15/08/2014 : employee engagement, Guy Buckland, human resources, learning and development, UK law firms, Human Resources

As the UK economy slowly shows signs of spluttering into life again, and law firm revenues start to pick up, we could be forgiven for thinking that all in the L and D garden was rosy. But firms are quickly finding the biggest fly in the...

Seven reasons your employees are not engaged

News Article - 17/04/2014 : employee engagement, hr, human resources, people management, survey, Human Resources

Only 17 per cent of UK employees describe themselves as engaged

If you think your office seems a little bit too pleased about the bank holiday weekend, you’re not alone. A study by research firm Gallup shows that...

Harvesting employee engagement at your law firm

Blog post - 11/04/2014 : Emma Sell, employee engagement, Legal Practice Management, Legal Practice Management magazine, LPM magazine, practice management, Human Resources, Practice Management

This blog post was also featured as a column in issue no.2 of Legal Practice Management magazine. Download LPM magazine to read the issue in full ...

Graeme Nuttall wins at Financial Times Innovative Lawyer Awards 2013 - Innovative Individual

News Article - 18/10/2013 : employee engagement, field fisher waterhouse, FT awards, General, innovation, law firm

Field Fisher Waterhouse partner Graeme Nuttall has won the prestigious Innovative Individual category at the Financial Times Innovative Lawyer Awards 2013. The award is in recognition of Graeme Nuttall's work to drive employee...

SJ Berwin unveils plans to motivate disengaged workforce

News Article - 15/10/2012 : employee engagement, Human Resources

SJ Berwin is planning to introduce widespread changes to improve staff and partner engagement after admitting that it has traditionally struggled to keep its workforce motivated.

The firm is set to get associates more involved in...

Only a third of workers trust top leaders, CIPD study shows

News Article - 24/07/2012 : employee engagement, Human Resources, Human Resources

Corporate scandals are eroding trust in senior leaders and will have a damaging impact on employee engagement, the CIPD has warned.

Only 36 per cent of workers trust their top leaders, while 58 per cent of employees display signs...