Nancy Grimes: Your resume needs to get to the point

Get your resume to the point. Gary Burnison, Contributor   Over the past 20 years, I’ve reviewedthousands of resumes, and despite the vast amount of information available on how to write one, only a shockingly small amount of people do it well. The most impressive resumes concisely and compellingly illustrate one major message: “This is how I made […]

Nancy Grimes and GLI with Legal Policies for Workplace Dress Codes

Nancy Grimes Knows the Legal Policies for Workplace Dress Codes Filed under Office & HR The authority to set dress codes belongs to you. However, employers need to be especially careful that dress code requirements do not run afoul of anti-discrimination laws. The manner of dress in workplaces can vary from uniforms to suits and everything […]

Quandaries and Quagmires: Legal ethics and risk issues

Quandaries and Quagmires: Legal ethics and risk issues by: Charles Lundberg The national legal press has been buzzing recently with breaking news in the areas of legal ethics, law firm risk issues, and the law of lawyering. In addition, a couple new developments will surface soon in Minnesota. Here is a snapshot — as of […]

Nancy Grimes, top legal recruiter, has some science about New Year’s Resolutions

Science explains why productivity hacks and resolutions are practically destined to fail Spoiler alert: Very few of them actually work. Here’s why. [Photo: M. Plt/Unsplash] BY TOMAS CHAMORRO-PREMUZIC As we approach the new year, the inevitable flurry of self-management tips beckons. It’s a pity that they are so hard to implement, but this actually explains their proliferation. […]

Nancy Grimes, top recruiter, has an alert for Employers: You’re being recorded

Dear Employers:  You’re Being Recorded! by: Alejandro Pérez, Esq. I see it more and more every day: employees are recording their employers.  Our trusted bestie and sidekick, the smartphone, along with other technological advances, have made recording workplace conversations easy.  Such recordings can be used as powerful tools in litigation and have the ability to become […]

Top legal recruiter Nancy Grimes has 3 Don’ts for the successful professional

Nancy Grimes knows an attorney’s reputation is everything. Success is often a combination of Do’s and Don’ts. Read below for a short list of Don’ts and maintain your credibility of character. 3 Common Habits That Undermine Your Reputation Betty Liu Every day we’re reading about another powerful figure imploding on his or her own egregious misdeeds. […]

Nancy Grimes, global recruiter, asks: When does being nice become a problem?

The unintended consequences of a too-nice work culture By Jonah Sachs Imagine that eight people walk into a meeting to discuss an important strategic decision for their company. They’re all well-versed in the challenge they face. But two members of the group hold some key piece of information or a perspective that not everybody has considered. […]

Why does using a period in a text message make you sound angry?

When it comes to texting, the period, full stop, point — whatever you call it — has been getting a lot of attention. by: Lauren Collister People have begun noticing slight changes to the way our smallest punctuation mark is deployed, from declarations that it’s going out of style to claims that it’s becoming angry. What they’re actually noticing […]

7 Social Media Don’ts

7 Photos You Should Never, Ever Post on Social Media It’s important to watch what you post. Screen for safety first by avoiding these posting pitfalls. By Stephanie Smith Boarding pass iStock/scanrail Bragging about your upcoming trip online might seem harmless, but snapping a photo of your boarding pass is a definite don’t. Sure, your […]