The first step in retaining tech talent is to stop thinking of them as tech talent. Professionals who are highly proficient in the technical arts and have found themselves employed in the areas where technology meets the law are becoming trusted consultants and subject matter experts relied upon for the successful practice of law. In this webinar, we'll challenge traditional perceptions of talent and what motivates talent in the legal technology ecosystem (to perform, retain and potentially be acquired elsewhere). We will expose trends in employer choices that aim to increase employee retention through work-from-home remote hiring/permissions, work/life balance initiatives, contract staffing augmentation, and relocation assistance and acceptance. We'll also share secrets about how to cultivate staff for promotion and career growth, and cover the importance of education, training and certification in the employer retention curriculum. Trends and observations will cover both law firm and corporate legal technology human capital, but also touch upon patterns in consulting firm and service provider hiring and talent retention success/failure.
Leading legal technology staffing veteran and founder/CEO of TRU Staffing Partners, Jared Michael Coseglia, will guide the conversation, sharing stories and statistics to help employers make smarter and healthier decisions about employee retention and recruitment strategy. He will be joined by James Bekier, Director of Litigation Support at Baker Hostetler, who has one of the best retention rates of all TRU clients spanning almost a decade. James will share his keys to successful retention of legal technology talent.
James Bekier - Director of Litigation Services, Baker & Hostetler LLP
Jared Michael Coseglia - Founder & CEO, TRU Staffing Partners, Inc.
TRU Staffing Partners