THE NEW LAW FIRM: Can Law Firms Think Outside The Box?
By Structure Tone LLC
Law firms around the globe have slowly started incorporating flexibility into the work environment. But in an industry where confidentiality is king, creating a space that fosters transparency and collaboration, while allowing for privacy, is challenging to say the least. Read more.
Alternative Funding – Exploring Possibilities To Replace Fully-Funded
Financing Models For Group Insurance Programs
By USI Affinity/My Benefit Advisor, LLC
For business owners today, the continual rise in group health insurance premiums have put a strain on their employee benefits budget, forcing them to explore less traditional means of cost containment. Most have already raised deductibles and cost-sharing, implemented high deductible plans and tax advantaged savings accounts and increased employee cost sharing.
As a result, many insurance carriers and third-party administrators have answered by creating new ways for groups of almost all sizes to take advantage of funding alternatives to potentially reduce their benefits cost.
Now, whether you own a business with 25, 250 or 2500 employees, there are funding options that may be beneficial for you to consider. Read more.
5 Mistakes to Avoid When Evaluating a Job Offer
By Jamy J. Sullivan, JD, Robert Half Legal
In today’s job market, talented legal professionals are in high demand. Law firms and legal departments are acting quickly to secure their top candidates — pressuring them to make fast decisions after receiving job offers.
But taking on a new position is an important and potentially career-changing decision, and you should be looking at more than just the starting salary. Let’s take a look at the five mistakes you don’t want to make when evaluating a job offer. Read more.
Your Law Firm is Evolving. So Should Your IT.
By Darragh Fitzpatrick, Tabush Group
Technology is evolving at an exponential rate, changing the way we live and work. Today, lawyers are not confined by the walls of their offices, often working from home and on the go. Everyone in the firm utilizes multiple systems and applications to get their job done, including tools for client management, time and billing, document assembly, collaboration, research, and communications. Professionals need the ability to be fully productive anytime and anywhere. Read more.
Top 5 IT Headaches for Administrators of Small Law Firms
By Kraft Kennedy
Administrators of small law firms share many of the same headaches when it comes to IT. Learn how we know? Read more.
“Cybersecurity and Accounting”
By Friedman Williams
In today’s current digital age, a lot of people have at one point wondered if their online accounts have been compromised or have been part of a large store or restaurant data breach. With the constant news cycle, it can become desensitizing, but it is imperative, especially for public companies, to be vigilant and educate their employees and stakeholders on proper protocols and procedures for minimizing risk. Accounting professionals are in a unique position to be utilized in the effort to maintain cybersecurity. Read more.