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1 Dec 2020
The novel coronavirus pandemic is forcing businesses to change how they typically work and switch the very operation of the organisation. Many companies have gone from having everyone working at a central location to allowing employees to work at home in order to practice social distancing and stay safe during these trying times. While the change has been rough for some to adapt, it has allowed businesses to keep operating and allowed many to continue to work. These changes are expected to continue past the pandemic and that means there will be changes in how companies decide to work with a legal recruitment agency.

One of the most well-regarded analyst firms, Gartner, found in a study that over 40 per cent of the workforce will continue...


6 Oct 2020

The novel coronavirus pandemic is causing all facets of business to change and be re-evaluated. Companies are being forced to adapt and huge changes on how businesses operate are already being seen, such as employees working from home rather than at a centralized office. This includes positions such as the Company Secretary, as they have to adapt and get used to working from home in order to practice social distancing and continue to be productive under a new schedule.

The good news for Company Secretaries is that it is a position that can be fulfilled remotely and isn’t dependent upon an office. Leading analyst firm Gartner predicts that 41 per cent of employees will continue working from home in the future, even...



29 Aug 2020

The impact that the novel coronavirus pandemic has had on all jobs can’t be overstated: it is disrupting all work as we know it. This includes Company Secretary jobs as workers are having to learn how to work remotely rather than from the office. In order to comply with social distancing measures, these employees are working from home setups and creating home offices to stay just as productive.

On the bright side, the Company Secretary role is a job that can be done remotely without a lot of unexpected issues arising. The job was also included when Gartner, one of the world’s leading analyst firms, predicted that 41 per cent of workers are likely to work from home, at least part-time, in the future. Thankfully,...



31 Jul 2020
There is no denying how the novel coronavirus has had a significant impact on Australia’s economy and employment rate. Unemployment has become a serious issue as in June alone the country went from 69,300 to 992,3000. That has caused the unemployment rate to hit 7.4 per cent, which is the highest number it has been since 1998.

Many sectors where these job losses occurred were already dealing with issues and the pandemic wound up being the tipping point. Industries most impacted by COVID-19 and lay-offs are retail, construction, postal services, transport, restaurants, and technical services. In other areas, the existing shortage in skills has been widened due to all of the issues COVID-19 has created for organisations. Businesses are...


22 Jul 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is making organisations look at how they operate and look into alternative ways to handle its business. While working at an office used to be standard operating procedure, that is no longer the case during the pandemic. Now an increasing number of employees are working from home and this is demonstrating that many jobs can be undertaken remotely. This allows employers and employees to do their part in social distancing while continuing to operate through this unprecedented period.

While the adjustment can be difficult for some that love office culture, companies are still able to keep going because of remote working. While these changes were made due to the pandemic, many will continue working...



2 Mar 2020

Legal recruitment agencies are those that work to find the right legal counselors to fill the positions with the right legal firms. While there is a common perception that every lawyer walks away from their education with a great job that they love, this is not always the case. The legal field is like any other, a lawyer needs to find an employer that fits their requirements the best, and vice versa.

Legal recruitment agencies are those that work with both lawyers who are looking for employment, and firms that are looking for lawyers to fill their empty positions.

At the point when you are looking to put workers in chairs, you might consider using a Legal Recruitment Agency in Sydney to get the job done. How much time...



2 Mar 2020

While the initial outlay may be significant, the advantages of having an in-house lawyer are considerable, and can generate signifiacnt efficiencies and other business benefits.

The role of a legal counsel is no longer limited to managing the legal risk associated with the business that they work within.

Effective legal counsels now need to partner with the business, understand its problems and produce effective and tangible solutions.

There can be a tendency within some organisations for business units to transfer risk to their in-house legal teams by encouraging or placing pressure on the general counsel (GC) to make commercial decisions.

The job of in-house legal counsel is to comprehend the pressure points, strategy...



30 Jan 2020

Choosing a legal recruiter in Sydney can be complex, but is essential to get the right position. With some research, you can be one step closer to a rewarding career in the legal profession.

Deciding to use a professional legal recruiter, in your job search is an individual decision. Attorneys should be careful when soliciting the assistance of a recruitment agency. At the point when you are hired through a recruiter you come with a fee for the firm, one which firms may be less willing to pay during difficult financial times.

With that being said, professional Legal Recruitment in Sydney do maintain a vast network of contacts and may save the firm time in their job searching process; however, remember that using a...



30 Jan 2020

Employers in Sydney consider a wide range of factors when recruiting for a specific position. First and foremost, a candidate must have the desired skills and experience. Thereafter, personality and cultural fit are highly important. This emerges, as there will often be multiple applicants that fulfill the criteria for a role. Thus, the key differentiator is usually whether the interviewers believe that a candidate will fit in with the team. Accordingly, it is essential that candidates showcase their positive and friendly personalities during interviews.

Additionally, there is an emphasis upon longevity. Candidates with 3-4 years of experience are generally in high demand as employers wish to hire talent that will...



18 Dec 2019

Today, the job of in-house lawyer is no longer restricted to managing the legal risk associated with the business that they work within. They now work as vital business partners, participating in problems relating to corporate strategy, such as capital allocation, competitive strategy, new items, and advancing technologies. It is therefore little surprise that demand for in-house legal counsel has risen significantly within the local corporate landscape.

Frequently, companies seek out private legal counsel only when a need arises. It is a reactive endeavour that doesn’t address the million and one issue that could and often do pop up during routine staff and management interactions on a daily basis.

An in-house...