CascadeGo made their first stand-alone appearance at this year’s CIPD HR Software event, which took place at the Olympia London in June. As part of the Cascade brand’s biggest outing to date, CascadeGO had their own stand for the very first time! This high-spec space contained two demo pods, allowing our dedicated sales team to provide a visual tour of the system to interested HR professionals.
Supported by the Returner Course of The Law Society’s Women Lawyers Division, this initiative is designed to give those who have chosen to take an extended break from the profession (for a variety of reasons) with an insight into current developments in the legal market, an opportunity to review their personal career options, as well as equip them with the tools and skills required to enable a return to the profession.
Leading global law firm Baker McKenzie took home seven awards at the Euromoney European Women in Business law awards last night, including the most coveted title: Best International Firm for Women in Business Law.
Launched in February, the new initiative was established to help young RNCM entrepreneurs get innovative projects off the ground through financial assistance, advice sessions and professional mentoring and is held in a similar way to the TV show Dragons Den.
For law firms, developing the right human resource (HR) and recruitment strategy for analysing their staff performance and streamlining their recruitment and talent management processes are vital to their success. People analytics is now a top priority for legal HR departments as they recognise the value of investing in the right performance strategies to enable them to employ the right lawyers and staff.
During April, eight Intelligent Office staff from London and the South East qualified for the ‘’IOSH Managing Safely Award’’. IOSH stands for the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health and the award is the industry standard qualification for managers of health & safety in the workplace.
Gun Judge, Head of Resourcing at Addleshaw Goddard and Chair of the Trailblazers Legal Committee, has successfully appealed the Skills Funding Agency's initial solicitor apprentice funding standard, increasing government funding for the new solicitor apprentice program.
Since 2009, A&O has been the pro bono partner of the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children (ICMEC), supporting the charity in its fight against online child exploitation across the Asia-Pacific region.