Monthly Archives: March 2012

Predictive Coding & Judge Peck’s Decision

Posted by Adam Malanaphy, Project Coordinator at Glenmont Group On February 24th, Judge Peck of the New York Magistrate announced the first public approval of predictive coding by the US court system. The decision to embrace predictive coding as a

Posted in Ediscovery, Job Hunt, Legal Technology

Meet The Super Commuters

Posted by Kate Potters, COO at Glenmont Group Super Commuting or long-distance commuting typically involves Planes, Trains and Automobiles. I was listening to the radio as I was driving the 1.2 miles home from work the other day and heard

Posted in Economy, Employment, Insights, Job Hunt

Five Tips On How To Work With Recruiters

Posted by Dana Fink, Director of Staffing at Glenmont group After a crazy week of both candiates and clients not being completely forthcoming with all information needed (fibbing is putting it mildly) I felt a back to basics lesson on how

Posted in Advice, Employment, Management, Outside Articles

Nineteen Eighty-four?

Posted by Joe Alonzo, Director of eDiscovery/Computer Forensics at the Glenmont Group STOP reading this now if you think the Apple Macintosh computer, Norm from Cheers, Duran Duran, or Police Academy is mentioned in this blog.   (all very cool things

Tagged with: , , , ,
Posted in Employment, Insights

Trading Places, Not Spaces

Posted by Geoff Zodda, Managing Director, IT Staffing Services at Glenmont Group As a recruiter in such abstract industry as Legal Technology, we tend to think outside of the box on a number of areas, including how to source candidates, ways

Posted in Advice

When Popular Does Not Equal Valuable

Posted by Susan Beck, Project Coordinator at Glenmont Group Recently, there has been a surge in new stories about the theft of Tide. I heard the news just after I finished writing the word “detergent” on my shopping list for

Posted in Advice, Employment

Better than Expected

Posted by Kate Potters, COO at Glenmont Group The good news is that the jobs growth has momentum. The biggest increase is in the professional services area. We have seen that first hand in the past 6 months. Most encouraging

Posted in Employment