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The latest trends in In-house legal hiring

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Solutions for Relieving Stress from the Workplace
By Jackie Gauldin

As attorneys today are now commuting further and working longer hours than ever before, some law firms have begun to offer concierge service for their employees to make those pesky errands easier to run. Many law firms now offer a range of services that include picking up and delivering dry cleaning and mail or packages, gift-wrapping, making vacation plans, and buying movie tickets. Firms even offer on-site child care as well, which eliminates the panic or worry parents face about picking up children on time after work. This also allows parents to check in with their children during the work day so that they are assured that their children are safe.

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Lawyers as Members of the New "Creative Class"
By Beth Cody

Are Lawyers And Law Firm Staff Members Part Of The Creative Class?

In The Rise of the Creative Class: And How It's Transforming Work, Leisure, Community and Everyday Life, author Richard Florida identifies a growing population of today's working professionals who work smart, work creatively, and who want—and get—a creative lifestyle that goes beyond work.

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Considering working abroad???

Simon Cairns, General Manager of Law Firm Staff, a leader in placement solutions for law firms and corporations, considers the options of spending a period working abroad.

Have you ever thought of spending a year or two working overseas? Do London's bright lights beckon you? Or does eating a breakfast baguette while walking to work along the beautiful, cobbled streets in Paris appeal to you?

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Exercise Your Job Stress Away

Stress is the "wear and tear" our bodies experience as we adjust to our continually changing environment. The physical and emotional effects that stress can have on us can be either positive or negative. As a positive influence, stress can help compel us to take actions that can result in a new awareness or an exciting new perspective. As a negative influence, excessive stress can cause us to develop feelings of distrust, rejection, anger, and depression, which in turn can lead to health problems.

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