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Legal Hiring in 2019: What Managers Need to Know

Recruiting Daily Advisor

Hiring is brisk throughout the legal field, but professionals with a background in financial services, health care, real estate, and technology are especially in demand, as are those who have worked in litigation or business/commercial law. Because skilled litigators and support staff are in such demand, their compensation is equally high. To handle short-term projects and seasonal demands, law firms and legal departments are taking full advantage of a blended staffing model.

The Evolution Of Recruiters: The Nature Of Hiring Has Changed

SmartRecruiters

Sure, it’s a term generally reserved for real estate transactions, yet it seems to bear striking similarities to the current state of employment. Similar shifts are taking place in real estate. Online markets such as Zillow have made many question the necessity and longevity of real estate agents. The same is true of staffing professionals. Learn more about how staffing curators bring clients and MSPs the best talent. Part 1 of 2.

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Steps to Take Before Seeking a New Job in the Legal Industry

4 Corner Resources Staffing Blog

You don’t mesh with the firm’s culture. It’s a big deal-breaker when you’re working for a firm whose values and culture don’t align with your own. Contact a Legal Job Recruiting and Staffing Agency Today. Changing firms within the legal profession is becoming more common.

11 Stats You Should Know If You are Recruiting Contractors in the U.S.

Linkedin Talent Blog

The healthcare, real estate, and construction industries have gained contractors over the past year, while public safety, retail, and the arts have lost them. While 64% of contractors say it’s important that a job has “excellent compensation and benefits,” almost an equal number value a good work-life balance—which may be a key selling point as you target them in job descriptions and InMails. Trends & Research Staffing Agencies

Analysis On How Audit Will Change More In Coming Years?

Recruiting Blogs

In this article, we tried to summarise and analyse recruitment trends in the internal audit recruitment market, compensation, and trends of internal auditors, experience in demand and various other related factors. In big companies, internal audit departments are adequately staffed. Asset managers continue to attract investment bankers with trading experience who are seeking a ‘softer culture’ and sector will see the steady demand for it.