As a law firm, it’s important to provide excellent service to your clients. However, in order to do so, you must also ensure that your associates and junior partners are happy. Therefore, in order to provide high quality legal representation, all law firms should strive to create work environments that foster employee satisfaction and growth. Below are some tips on how to make your law firm a great place to work.
Millennials Share of the Workforce is Growing
Current estimates indicate that about one third of the US workforce is already comprised of millennials, and in response many industries including law firms should rethink traditional approaches to management and retention strategies. In the past, many attorneys who joined firms early in their career would stay for decades before moving to another firm. However, millennial attorneys are much more likely to switch jobs shortly after joining a firm, and have earned a reputation as "job-hoppers."