Chicago, IL, January 15, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The Association of Legal Administrators published the latest issue of Legal Management, which delves into some challenging human resources management issues, including:
• Staying connected to former employees to boost business
• Training employees to spot the signs of workplace violence
• Keeping toxic employees from bringing down employee morale
New in Legal Management magazine for 2016 is “Innovations,” a column that offers up fresh ideas to managing. This month’s defines what a fractional Chief Information Officer is and whether hiring one makes sense at your firm.
In his “Big Ideas” column, ALA Executive Director Oliver Yandle, CAE, writes about the importance of community within ALA, noting how ALA’s recently launched Online Communities can help members stay connected. “[Community] provides us with a sense of belonging, helps us to learn and grow, and provides a network of support and resources. Our interests, motivation, health and happiness are all inextricably tied to the feeling that we belong to a larger group, sharing common interests and aspirations,” writes Yandle.
Interactive versions of Legal Management are available for iPad and Android tablet devices, and a custom-designed website provides complete access to all issues at www.legalmanagement.org. While each version differs slightly when it comes to functionality, our underlying goals for each format include accessibility, engagement and an intuitive, yet enhanced reading experience.
About Legal Management
Access to Legal Management is an ALA member benefit, and is also available to nonmembers by subscription. It is published 10 times a year and reports on news and topics within ALA’s five knowledge areas: Legal Industry/Business Management, Human Resources Management, Financial Management, Communication and Organizational Management, and Operations Management. https://www.alanet.org/legalmgmt/
About the Association of Legal Administrators (ALA)
ALA was created in 1971 to nurture a new profession, help its members stay ahead of developments and trends in legal management, and provide a forward-thinking, collaborative and supportive platform for sharing knowledge and leading change.
ALA is recognized as the leader in the business of law and is focused on the delivery of cutting-edge management and leadership products and services to the global legal community. The Association identifies and provides solutions to the most critical strategic and operational challenges its members and customers face today, and prepares them for the opportunities and challenges of tomorrow.
For more information on ALA, visit http://www.alanet.org.