Remote onboarding has been a new challenge for many companies over the last year but is still an important part of the recruitment process. To help you and your organisation we have put together five tips to successfully onboard a new employee whilst working remotely.
Has digital transformation rendered the cover letter obsolete? As law firms and legal businesses rush to keep up with the demands of the pandemic, some jobseekers are left wondering if the old rules of recruitment still apply. We asked legal recruitment experts what they thought.
Legal recruitment experts Douglas Scott share insight from their salary benchmarking survey, examining how strategic career moves are helping junior lawyers to progress quickly - without compromising their CV’s or damaging their personal brands.
A perceived negative workspace can be a deal-breaker for many candidates, so it is important to emphasize the positive attributes of being an employee at your firm. But how do you maintain this culture whilst working from home?
Your CV is the starting point of any job search. Before sitting down to draft it, it’s important to understand its purpose. Put simply, your CV is a way of persuading an employer, recruiter or hiring manager to invite you to interview. Legal recruitment experts Realm Recruit discuss how personal injury lawyers can optimise their CV’s to land that next big role.
Over 6 million people in the UK work in the public sector across schools, councils and emergency services. Working in the public sector has many advantages – especially now, in a time of uncertainty. The flexibility, perceived job security and sense of purpose are huge draws for many solicitors.
After what has been an extremely challenging year for the legal profession, we asked recruitment expert Charlotte Wills from Austen Lloyd how the market has responded to the pandemic and which areas of law are most in-demand right now.