HR in law firms 'needs to improve.'
- Top job. Kasmir, Daniel // Personnel Today;2/18/2003, p32
Presents an interview with director for human resource of recruitment agency Manpower, Daniel Kasmir on human resource (HR) management. Views of Kasmir on projected changes in the role of HR; Suggestions provided by Kasmir to people starting their career in HR; Views of Kasmir on video conferencing.
- interview with…. Keeling, Charlie // Employers Law;May2008, p26
An interview with Charlie Keeling, director at Field Fisher Waterhouse law firm, is presented. When asked how he got to his present position, he responds that he spent almost 25 years in the professional services sector working on change management projects and international HR leadership roles...
- Top job... Charlie Keeling. // Personnel Today;3/25/2008, p40
The article presents an interview with Charlie Keeling, personnel director of Field Fisher Waterhouse. He said that his responsibilities include developing and executing the Human Resource strategy in line with the firm's business growth strategy. He thinks that attracting sufficient talent, and...
- "Whatever happened to Steve from IT?". KIRTON, HAYLEY // People Management;Dec2014, p36
The article discusses issues in employee recruitment by human resources (HR) professionals, particularly in Great Britain, as of December 2014. It focuses on the effectiveness of maintaining alumni networks for both individual employees and companies. Also cited are the comments by Charlie...
- Law firm gets flexible to attract the top talent. // Personnel Today;10/1/2002, p11
Reports that Great Britain-based law firm Eversheds has launched a flexible working initiative, to improve work-life balance and attract recruits in the competitive legal jobs market. Persons covered under the scheme; Flexible arrangements covered under the program; Views of human resource...
- 'Last in, first out' redundancies on the wane. // Lawyer;5/6/2002, Vol. 16 Issue 19, pE1
Discusses some of the findings of a research dealing with the selection procedure of British law firms. Percentage of companies that used length of service as the key criterion for retaining staff; Popular factors in retaining staff; Reason behind the 'last in, first out' policy.
- What Can Be Done When Partners Play Favorites? Sneed, Julie; Torres, Anna // Minority Trial Lawyer;Fall2011, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p26
The article provides an answer to a question of what should one do if partners at a law firm are favoring certain associates who are not minorities in the distribution of assignments and work.
- You Rang, Sir? Chanen, Jill Schachner // ABA Journal;Oct2000, Vol. 86 Issue 10, p82
Deals with initiatives in law firms in the United States in cutting associate attrition rates. Comments from Diane Vogt, founder of the consulting firm, PeopleWealth; Lifestyle and economic initiatives launched at Shearman & Sterling; Importance of Latham & Watkins' initiative of involving...
- Firms reveal strategies for World Cup fanatics. Robins, Jon // Lawyer;5/6/2002, Vol. 16 Issue 19, pE1
Discusses how various British law firms plan to handle unauthorized absences or instances of alcohol abuse associated with the World Cup tournament between the teams of England and Argentina in June 2002. Bevan Ashford; Trowers & Hamlins; Charles Russell; Allen & Overy.