Retention

This is FindLaw's Law Firm Management Center's collection of free articles on Retention. Finding ways to keep your law firm's attorneys and staff engaged can be a challenge. There are many ways to retain talent at your law firm. For example, leading a balanced life outside of work can increase employee morale and retention. Start your research with FindLaw.
Retention Articles
    • Tips to Avoid Office Back Pain and Workplace Injuries

      Eighty percent of Americans experience back pain in their lifetime and this ailment can have serious implications for job security by negatively affecting even the most dedicated employee's ability to go to work.

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    • How to Improve Your Firm's Morale, Motivation, and Bottom Line

      In most organizations, daily operations are so busy and stressful that showing gratitude is fairly low on the list of priorities. But cultivating an organizational culture of appreciation can be the best possible strategy for growing your business.

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    • Business Casual Attire for Lawyers

      Law firms, even "white-shoe" firms, have changed dress codes to reflect the times. In order to dress appropriately, the business casual lawyer should adhere to a few rules.

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    • Work Life Balance for Lawyers
      With attorneys speaking up about their inability to balance life and work, many firms are beginning to pay attention, offering four options designed to help integrate work and life; but are these options really the solution?

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    • Life as a Lawyer

      One thing you may not think about while preparing to become a lawyer is how you're going to deal with lawyers. This may seem like a ridiculous thing to consider, but it's not. As a lawyer, you will be dealing with other lawyers on a daily basis; and it's a good idea to be prepared for the different situations and personality types you might encounter. Your responses to others will have a great deal to do with shaping your own persona.

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    • Violence and the Workplace

      Read on to learn more about employer obligations regarding workplace safety and the steps companies can take to prevent violence form occurring.

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    • How to Effectively Manage Remote Staff

      When offered the option, many people will jump at the chance to work remotely, but working remotely brings many new challenges to both the employee and the employer.

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    • How Attorneys Can Avoid Airline Luggage Problems

      Scott T. Mueller's book, The Empty Carousel: A Consumers Guide to Checked and Carry-on Luggage, offers advice on what you can do to minimize the risks of mishandled luggage. For lawyers who travel frequently, these tips are a must read.

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    • Giving Compliments an Important Key to Success

      Many of us struggle with the simple act of appreciating and complimenting the people around us. On a daily basis, many of us feel awkward or uncomfortable with the simple act of giving or receiving compliments with those around us.

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    • Five Ways for Attorneys to Stay Healthy

      As busy as lawyers are, it can be difficult to stay healthy. What are the warning signs that your body is on the path to illness and what steps should you take?

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