Law Society blog - morale
Here are all the posts tagged with "morale".
02 March 2020
How do men reconcile work and family lives? Richard Collier Professor of Law at Newcastle University says there has been a striking silence around one topic in the gender equality discussion – the precise role of men and the relationship between men's lives and gender equality.
30 October 2019
Warning: this blog contains disturbing and graphic content about paedophilia and child abuse.
27 March 2019
Caroline Marlow, psychologist, explains that if you work in child protection, criminal, family, human rights, or immigration law, you will probably be regularly exposed to the trauma of others.
09 April 2018
Unconscious bias is a reality in our lives, in our culture, and in the workplace. And now it's becoming codified in artificial intelligence (AI).
27 September 2017
No it's not a joke nor an ad for a new gas tariff. This is the typical kind of cost reduction a law firm member of the Legal Sustainability Alliance can achieve using the resources and advice from this free dedicated legal network.
14 June 2017
The internet is full of articles claiming to provide the secret to limitless personal productivity. If only we got out of bed earlier, organised our email more often, or divided our day into 25-minute bursts of activity followed by tiny little breaks. There’s even one study out there that says that the secret is to pause to look at pictures of kittens every few hours…
11 April 2017
Negotiating might be central to a solicitor’s role, and to be a good negotiator you need to be able to hone your selling technique. Ciarán Fenton provides a 3-step guide
26 October 2016
Richard Heinrich looks at how you can increase morale and productivity by making small, simple changes to your office environments.