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Our "Are You Pretty Enough..." article was featured in Fortune Magazine!

“Age discrimination is a problem. Botox isn’t the solution”

So many of us have endured some form of discrimination during a hiring process or on the job. Chere's "Are You Pretty Enough for your Job" article created a lot of emotion. So much so that Fortune Magazine wrote and article about our article!

Chere Estrin’s expertise tapped by Wall Street Journal for insight on Legal Staffing wage growth.

Many workers in the law industry, burned out from 90-hour weeks and holiday hours, left during the pandemic, said Chere Estrin, who runs a legal staffing firm. A lot of law firms “are in a panic because they can’t get people to do the work,” Ms. Estrin said. “I have never seen anything like this.”

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How to Ruin Your Career in 5 Easy Steps

"What I have found dealing with thousands of legal professionals throughout my career is that quite often, legal professionals blame the job they are in as the sole reason for unhappiness. As hard as it is to believe, many people do not recognize that their career has stalled.

They blame frustration on the job they are in. It’s not necessarily the job, rather, how you are making choices about your career.

Your Law Firm’s Employees Cost Too Much to Lose

Blake Lively nailed this concept about the value of your team in her article, "Your Law Firm’s Employees Cost Too Much to Lose. 

You'll be amazed to see how much it actually costs to replace one of your attorneys.

If you are in law firm management, you simply MUST read this article

Just a short note about a terrible new trend in submitting resumes.

Have you wondered why you are not getting a great response to your resume, even though you meet all the criteria?

If you are not listing your city and state, chances are 90% that your resume will not get accepted.

Being an Innovative Lawyer 

Compared to other businesses, lawyers have not evolved in how they serve their clients

Let's be honest; the way lawyers serve their clients has not changed much, not just from the late 1970s when I started practicing law but probably since the 1200s when England passed laws regulating the conduct of the legal profession.....

Every other business bombards its customers with client satisfaction surveys, but, in my experience, few lawyers ever bother at any stage to ask their clients for feedback on the service they received.

3rd Article Awarded a Best Article Award for 2022!

We are honored to be awarded a thirds MPV award by Paralegal Brief - One of the top 3 articles for 2022!

Are You Pretty Enough for your Job?

This article on beauty and age discrinimation struck a chord with so many readers. It even spawned an article in Fortune Magazine.

If you haven't read it, you should.

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Put an End to “Progressive” Discipline

As a former labor and employment law attorney, I’ve taken issue with the popular employee disciplinary tool commonly referred to as “progressive discipline.”

I advocate replacing conventional employee disciplinary policy with the following three communication tools: ...