What does a Resourcing Partner do?
Law firm partners hold senior-level positions at a law firm or legal practice. They serve as managers overseeing core operations of the firm and also act as a mentor or advisor to less senior level lawyers and other staff. They have a central role in growing the clientele and developing new business opportunities. Depending on how partnerships are structured, they may have some equity or ownership, in addition to other compensation.
Law firm partners typically have a bachelor’s degree, a J.D., and an extensive track record practicing law in roles with progressively higher levels of responsibility. They should have established a strong history of successful performance in a particular legal specialty area. They must have excellent business development skills and the ability to nurture and grow a high-value client roster.
- Adhere to and monitor employee compliance of the drive-in employee handbook, policies and practices.
- Periodic review of work by manager or direct customer.
- Manage, train, monitor and coach team.
- Prepare employee work schedules, monitor and make appropriate adjustments to staffing levels.
- Complete and maintain employment related records and payroll records.
- Report guest complaints to immediate supervisor and assist in resolving such complaints.
- Develop appropriate action plans to resolve unfavorable financial and/or sales trends.
- Maintain accuracy and confidentiality of all employee data and files.
- Research, analyze, and evaluate situations and reports on findings.
- Defining our communications strategy and governance across all functions.
- Provide day to day HR support for employee population.
- Input case notes, intake information, and case closure notes for all inquiries.
- Implement short- and long-range HR strategies, processes, and projects, supporting an evolving HR infrastructure.
- Drive the strategy for attracting, recruiting, and hiring senior leaders including ensuring the creation of a diverse talent pipeline.
- Liaise with stakeholders to prioritize and define projects and enhancements.
- Work with key partners to standardize on our solutions and/or sell our solutions to specific end customers.
- Bachelor's Degree in business.
- Prior experience as a consultant.
- A collaborator and critical thinker.
- Strict attention to detail and an eye for continuous improvement.
- Is a professional at all times with demonstrated business acumen.
- Can prioritize tasks.
- Is a natural problem solver committed to operational excellence.
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