Unfortunately, bosses have been known to make decisions based on an employee’s personal life. Here are some things that you might want to think twice about before sharing with your employer
Many law firms are loosening up their dress codes and embracing wellness initiatives. Learn more on what’s driving this trend towards a more relaxed work environment.
In law, being organized is considered critical for conducting business in a productive manner. Creating and maintaining a clutter-free environment will likely improve the quality of your work, along with your mood.
Health and wellness programs have proven to bring many benefits to both employers and employees including an increase in job satisfaction. Here are five more reasons why it’s worth the try!
Lawyers have the highest depression rate of any career. Uncover what’s driving the trend in the legal industry, recognize the warning signs and find out what you can do about it.
For decades, law firms have notoriously touted “work-life balance” as a selling point. Everyone says it yet we all know it’s often untrue. We’ve compiled some top tips for creating and fostering a positive work environment.
Feeling worn out in your legal support job? Learn more about maintaining positivity despite external stressors.
Don’t let office overload get you down! Manage your workload with these productivity and de-stressing tips.
Does time at the desk impact your body in a negative way? Ease shoulder, arm, and wrist pain with these stretches that increase blood flow and ease tension.
Good interpersonal skills are one of the most important characteristics of a successful legal professional. Whether we’re meeting with clients, attempting to persuade a judge or jury, or simply negotiating law firm life, solid interpersonal skills are critical to career
Since the average worker spends approximately 90,000 hours at work over the course of their lifetime, it only makes sense to try and enhance your time there, in terms of productivity as well as personal wellbeing. Here are six things
Let’s face it: from time to time, every legal professional feels overwhelmed. Work piles up and the to-do list keeps getting longer. Then, once the workday ends, family obligations take over. Even though we’re constantly rushing about, it can sometimes
You just boarded the plane that will take you to your dream vacation spot, where you can have time for yourself, do whatever you want to do, and stop thinking about that upcoming trial or settlement demand that needs to
The prevalence of portable electronics has pushed us as professionals to always be “on.” Because we can work from anywhere, we often feel like we should work from everywhere. But is this constant drive to produce actually harming our productivity?