"Why Hockey Players Wear Helmets & Associates Bill 2,200 Hours/Year"
Riffing on a recent piece by Cornell prof Robert Frank, Bruce MacEwen extracts HR management advice for law firms that he sees as future money in the bank. Follow his advice, MacEwen says, and:
"The good news is that, when the tough times return, as they will, you will have a reputation (a marketplace asset every bit as real as its counterpart, loyalty) that will enable you to stand apart from the firms whose recruitment and retention policy amounts to "pay them now, shoot them later."
How'd MacEwen get here? Find out.
Posted by Laurel Newby on October 28, 2005 at 11:59 AM | Permalink
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