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Managing People in a Legal Business

Managing People in a Legal Business (Paperback)

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With the advent of Alternative Business Structures (ABSs) expected in the near future, there is likely to be intensified competition in both the recruitment and retention of legal talent. Managing People in a Legal Business contains invaluable guidance for law firms aiming for effectiveness and efficiency from their staff. Leading employment lawyers and management experts combine to provide comprehensive advice for both established firms and new entrants to the market. The book examines both legal and broader managerial issues, placing both firmly in the context of the modern legal business. The book also covers: * recruitment * leadership and talent development * employment law framework and essential polices and procedures * internal dispute resolution options and post termination restraints * discrimination law issues * managing for performance, coaching and mentoring * health and safety legislation and the management of employee health. The book combines expert legal commentary and wider management advice to help your firm to ensure best practice in the recruitment, development, retention and management of staff.

BusinessBusiness & managementManagement & management techniquesManagement of specific areas & peopleLawJurisprudence & general issuesLegal skills & practice Publisher: The Law Society Publication Date: 02/12/2010 ISBN-13: 9781853288043  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Jill Andrew is a partner at London based Marriott Harrison solicitors. She has practised exclusively in all aspects of employment law for nearly 30 years, acting for a wide range of clients from multinational plcs to high profile individuals. She is regularly quoted in the national media and is a contributor to the second edition of the Practice Management Handbook (Law Society, 2009).

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