HR managers want to “get invited to the table,” says attorney Jonathan Segal, a featured speaker at SHRM’s Employment Law and Legislative Conference, going on this week in Washington, DC, “but asking isn’t the way to get the invitation.
Flexible working and better performance assessment are key to retaining more women in law, according to a recent survey by the Law Society and LexisNexis.
As managing partner of one of the largest Connecticut law firms, Elizabeth J. Stewart may have a better perspective than most on the rate at which women are advancing in the legal profession. So she was a little disappointed, but not terribly surprised, when a recent national survey found her peers moving up in the ranks at a snail’s pace. “It’s the exception rather than the rule, and I expect it will be for some time,” Stewart said of her leadership role at Murtha Cullina.
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