Many attorneys seek to move in-house... compliance is in high demand and could be a good way to do it.
With the ease of making connections via social media and job postings reaching more people than ever before, many people ask if a recruiter’s fee remains a beneficial expense. Companies and law firms face mounting cost-containing pressures, and external recruiters are often a cost targeted for reduction. All employers agree that their most valuable resource is its employees and hiring the right – or the wrong – person is a decision critical to the bottom line. So the question becomes whether a recruiter can result in a better hire? Our clients say yes – when certain conditions exist.
Let’s assume a common scenario: you are the hiring authority for a law firm or in-house position. You need a smart, hardworking fourth-year corporate attorney with large law firm training that fits in with challenging personalities. The ad you placed produced 100 unqualified candidates, 20 of whom keep following up with you, leaving voicemails and cluttering up your inbox. Having spent several hundred dollars on advertising and countless hours examining off-point resumes (or worse, meeting people whose personality are not a fit for your culture), you aren't one step closer to hiring and you’ve lost countless billable hours in the process. Can working with a recruiter make your hiring process more efficient and yield better results?
Contracts Manager needed for pharma/ medical company. Partner with sales, legal and compliance to prepare sales quotes, proposals & contracts. Please send resume to email@example.com and reference job no. 2761
Terrific in-house opportunity in Austin. The ideal candidate will have 5+ years of experience in either a large law firm or a financial services or investment company. Predictable hours, great benefits, and competitive compensation, plus relocation assistance for non-local candidates. Please send resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org and reference position #2694.
This looks like a great conference on Compliance sponsored by ACC.
Lots of people relocating to Texas - if your company needs top legal and compliance employees, call us for access to our outstanding network of candidates.
We are proud of the Longhorns yet again - the alma mater of many of our Texas Legal Recruiters
New book reflects on the changes and new demands of General Counsel. We can't wait to read it!