Your guide to replacing legal talent - without sacrificing your sanity
In every legal team, resignations are inevitable - regardless of how valued your employees may feel.
When you're faced with the unexpected departure of a key member of your team, it's important to act quickly.
Understanding your short- and long-term legal needs, the scope of work covered by your departing legal team member, and working within your department budget are all important factors to consider when reviewing your succession plan and choosing your best path forward.
Download this white paper to get the essential guide for what to do to minimize risk and fill the gap quickly when you face the unexpected resignation of one of your valuable legal team members.
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1Key takeaways from the white paper
Essential steps to take as soon as you receive notice
Getting the most value out of your succession and hiring plan
Exactly what to do to be ready
How to fill the legal workload gaps right now
How to Manage the Unexpected Resignation of a Key Legal Employee covers everything you need to know about preparing for and managing through the departure of a key legal employee - no matter what aspect of crucial legal operations they handled for your organization.
Essential steps legal leaders must take when an employee resigns
Filling the gaps
Legal teams and budgets are stretched thin. This white paper gives you what you need to know to assess knowledge and workload gaps - and fill them smartly, without burdening your team or sacrificing your sanity.
3Urgent needs, immediate solutions
If you've been blindsided by an unexpected departure during a period of particularly high-volume work - your options may not be as limited as you think.