After a great interview it's easy to get impatient. Should you follow up? Will you sound desperate? Or will it show you’re highly interested and motivated for the role? Don’t panic. Here are a few ideas on how to appropriately follow up after an interview.
There are many reasons why a hiring process can stretch out and if you are really interested in the position, you need to take what steps you can to stay in the hunt.
Succession planning has to be more than just trying to hire top talent out of law school; it should be a key part of a firm’s strategy on an ongoing basis. A lack of attention to succession planning can result in the loss of talent and clients and can also hurt your firm’s brand in the long term.
We are frequently asked questions by candidates about what trends we see in the legal hiring market. Reflecting on the past year, it’s clear that 2014 brought some new and interesting issues to the legal market.
Your cover letter is the first impression in your application package and gives you the opportunity to say what it is about your experience that makes you the ideal candidate. Unfortunately, a poorly written cover letter can actually work against you and cause a hiring manager to dismiss your application before even getting to your resume.
Both interviewer and interviewee ideally would like the interview to be fruitful, and no matter what side of the table you sit on, you can benefit from the following advice on how to connect with a new acquaintance.
Youth and Unemployment, A Different Reality in Changing Times: ‘The world is my oyster,’ they said. ‘You have the whole world at your feet,’ they said.
The dreaded cover letter, such a short piece of personal narrative can cause mental distress, psychological havoc, and sleepless nights, for even the more experienced job candidate. In this blog post, we will explore the basics of cover letter writing.