To evaluate its policies and procedures for associate recruiting, career development and profitability, a firm must take stock of its current program, assess its future needs and set in motion a unified plan that involves all components of the organization.

For all intents and purposes, the actual management and utilization of an associate begins before the associate is hired. The systems should be set in place before the associate steps in the firm’s door.

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