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Law Office Employees: Hiring, Firing And Managing
Law Office Employees: Hiring, Firing And Managing


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The vast majority of attorneys will become employers without any experience in hiring, firing, or managing staff. In this September 19, 2019, 2.1-hour course, Neil Pedersen, Esquire, who has had his own law firm for twenty-five years, talks about the critically important skills needed to be a successful employer in the legal profession. He shares best practices during the interviewing and hiring process, incentive plans to attract high quality attorneys and staff, key management strategies, and much more.

Mr. Pedersen, Principal of Pedersen Law, APLC, in Irvine, California, has practiced employment law for over thirty years. He also taught for many years as an adjunct law professor on several topics, including Law Practice Management.

Major topics include:
Scope of coverage
The decision to become an employer
Hiring staff employees and staff attorneys
Managing employees
Compliance issues
Firing employees

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Price: $89.00

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