Human Resources

Human Resources

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This data accurately tracks instructions from our law firm clients. We have left out actual numbers from the Y Axis but the graphs map the data correctly. There are various ways to interpret it and we should leave you to draw your own conclusions but it appears that there has never been a better time to be a contractor in Legal Tech - this, we believe, is due to the increasing volume of projects going on over the last 3 years. And the upward trend in Perm jobs in the last qtr of 2016 perhaps shows more confidence post Brexit vote.

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This month, LPM magazine's Legal IT Landscapes supplement looks at whether SME firms have an IT strategy that's fit for purpose, with insight from issue sponsors Tikit, Thomson Reuters and Post a Comment

Let's get flexible
 

Briefing asks top 100 law firm leaders – plus the new band of freelance and virtual legal business – exactly how their agile arrangements are working.

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Polly Jeanneret By Polly Jeanneret
from a leading London-based firm, HR expert and employment lawyer

This article was also featured as a HR agony aunt in the December 2016 issue of LPM. To read the issue in full, download LPM

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What was the most shocking event in HR to happen this year?

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Polly Jeanneret By Polly Jeanneret
from a leading London-based firm, HR expert and employment lawyer

This article was also featured as a HR agony aunt in the November 2016 issue of LPM. To read the issue in full, download LPM.

Senior associate who used to work for us before she left for childcare reasons a couple of years ago has got back in touch – she is keen to come back, but there is resistance from partners because she hasn’t practised law since she left. Any thoughts? 

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This article was also featured as a column in the May 2016 issue of LPM. To read the issue in full, download LPM.

Over the last 18 months we at Ashtons Legal have learned a lot about holidays. Back in autumn 2014 we explored the idea of paid time off (PTO) to replace the traditional holiday policy. After a period of consultation we launched a PTO policy on a trial basis – drawn up specifically for the needs of the firm and staff.

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