The Reporter October 2018

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The Reporter October 2018

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IN THIS ISSUE:
  • Five Ways to be a Standout Employee
  • Work Smarter, Not Harder:  Six Benefits to Using Fewer Vendors
  • Five Clever Little iCloud Tricks
  • 16 Time-Saving Android Shortcuts
  • Ten Words That Don’t Mean What You Think

From the President

Hello,

This month we look at ways to be a standout employee and some tips for iCloud and Android users. I hope you find this edition helpful.

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Best,

Sheila Atkinson-Baker

Five Ways to be a Standout Employee in Your Law Firm

By Jennifer Anderson, One Legal

People who have never worked in the law firm environment have no idea how stressful it can be. In addition to all the normal work pressures, law firms are filled with people who are innately competitive. Regardless of your practice area, the stakes are high on every project you touch. These circumstances can create the perfect storm for negativity, exhaustion, and dissatisfaction.

In these environments, it is easy to slip into a pattern of complacency. Unfortunately, that attitude is never going to impress your bosses or enhance your career. To the contrary, leaders in any industry – law firms included – are looking for people who can rise above the fray. Thus, we’ve compiled a list of simple ways you can become a standout employee in your law firm, notwithstanding the day-to-day pressures you face.

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