It seems that one price we pay for a sound economy is a growing shortage of talent. Finding and keeping good talent in a strong economy, for many firms, is becoming a major intrusion in firm management, consuming large blocks of valuable time.

If you’re a major international law firm, recruiting is relatively easy. But if you’re not, you face a vast array of problems. You may be competing against larger or more prestigious firms. You may be in a small town that nobody ambitious wants to work or live in, or the town may have expensive housing. You may find yourself in an area with a large number of competing firms. And recruiting, remember, is a competitive business.

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