Even trained advocates don’t get everything they want at work. But what are some good strategies for knowing when to accept a manager’s decision, or continue to press for what you want?In this episode of Asked and Answered, the ABA Journal’s Stephanie Francis … [Read more...] about How to be your own advocate at work without stepping on toes (podcast with transcript)
Make your own community
While app fever has sparked a renaissance in homegrown software, tech insiders caution that for law firms, going the do-it-yourself route is often a train wreck waiting to happen.Even so, Jason Turchin, a sole practitioner whose main office is in Weston, Fla., insists that … [Read more...] about Roll Your Own Software: Hidden Dangers on the Road Less Traveled
As employers and employees become more heavily dependent upon immediate communications through the use of smart phones, many companies still have not created or implemented Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies. As a result, employers are vulnerable in having their confidential … [Read more...] about Five Things to Consider When Creating a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Policy Re: Smartphones in the Workplace
If you’ve ever left your mobile phone on an airplane, in a restaurant, or somewhere other than in your possession, you know it’s frightening enough to think of losing the device itself, which costs a premium, as well as your personal photos or information stored on … [Read more...] about Bring Your Own Device To Work Programs: Regulatory and Legal Risks and How To Minimize Them
Recent workplace surveys report that as many as 87% of employees use personal electronic devices for work, raising compliance, data loss, and security risks for their employers. As a result, designing a workable “bring-your-own-device” (BYOD) program is probably … [Read more...] about Bring Your Own Device Programs and Health Care: Too Risky to Work?