How Law Firms Attract And Retain Talent Amid The ‘Great Resignation’

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Candice Wu
Product Manager, Sisyphus
"Love the simplicity of the service and the prompt customer support. We can’t imagine working without it."
Mollie Hall
Web Developer, Sisyphus
"Untitled has saved us thousands of hours of work. We’re able to spin up projects in hours."
Kelly Williams
Head of Design, Layers
"Love the simplicity and the prompt customer support."
Koray Okumus
UX Designer, Circooles
"We’ve been using Untitled to kick start every new project. I can’t imagine working without it."
Lyle Kauffman
Data Engineer, Catalog
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The Great Resignation is upon us. According to Microsoft, more than 40% of workers around the world are considering quitting their jobs or changing their professions. This could be a positive thing for the legal sector, as it could represent an opportunity for new talent to enter the industry. However, it could also be detrimental as talent could walk out the door if law firms don’t play their cards right.

Watch now on demand and learn what firms can do to attract and retain talent and manage this risk. Join this webinar to hear the panel who include Maurice Tunney, Director of Technology and Innovation at Keystone Law, Tim Roche, Information Technology Consultant at Celtic Tiger, Matt Byrne, Deputy Editor at The Lawyer, Mike Creffield, Business Manager, NetDocuments and Yana Georgieva, Solutions Expert at NetDocuments, explore possible ideas and solutions on:

Making hybrid ‘work’
Finding the right tools & technology to help staff do their job more effectively
Opening up a wider pool of talent
In these economic times, firms are doing a bit of belt tightening — you're worried about the budget, the economy, and the recession. And oftentimes that changes your focus to keeping the trains running, instead of implementations of new technologies. But I would argue that this is the very time that you should be thinking about innovation, and you should be preparing yourselves so that when things do change and improve, you're well-positioned for success.
Mike Lucas
Chief Information Officer at Wilson Sonsini
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