Recruitment & Development: Culture clash
The 'our most important assets are our people' mantra is more applicable to law firms than any other industry, yet few firms do more than pay lip service to it. Those prepared to put the principle into their practices will thrive in the years ahead, writes Robert Halton
‘People are our key assets.’ How many times have we heard that quote before? And yet in the case of professional service organisations it has a real meaning. The intellectual capital of these organisations is what differentiates them from each other and presents the value proposition to clients. In our increasingly complex and competitive world, the success of our organisations depends on the people who are employed.
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