Monthly Archives: April 2012

Did Your College Do Its Job to Get You a Job?

Posted by Adam Weissman, Director, IT and Legal Technology at Glenmont Group As a recruiter who specializes in legal technology staffing, and as someone who has also been on the employment search side, I constantly keep a close eye on

Posted in Economy, Employment, Insights, Job Hunt, Outside Articles

Optimizing Your Social Media Presence

Posted by Susan Beck, Project Coordinator at Glenmont Group I came across an article from about a month ago through Legal Technology News. It was written by Kevin Nicols of KLN in San Francisco and touches on 8 different ways to achieve

Posted in Advice, Employment, Job Hunt, Outside Articles

Is Social Media a Market for Information Governance?

Posted by Adam Malanaphy, Project Coordinator at Glenmont Group. In one word, absolutely. Social Media is certainly not breaking news, but with the recent evaluations of organizations like Facebook and LinkedIn it becomes clear that these platforms will continue to

Posted in Ediscovery, Legal Technology, Uncategorized

Exactly How Big Do You Want That Target On Your Back?

Posted by Michael Potters, CEO at Glenmont Group In these very tumultuous times, how do you avoid a big target on your back? Don’t over-negotiate your salary when landing your perfect job. Glenmont Group places over 100 people a year, most

Posted in Uncategorized

The Dilbert Career Advice — Scott Adams Is Onto Something

Posted by Dana Fink, Director of Staffing at Glenmont Group Being a recruiter has been my only professional career. I have been at this crazy business for quite some time. There are a range of emotions that go through the

Posted in Uncategorized

Recruiting the Right Way

Posted by Geoff Zodda, Managing Director at Glenmont Group We are in a business that is strenuous, pressure packed, and at times can feel like a roller coaster. Pressure can be put you on by the firm you work for

Posted in Advice

Juggling Your Way Through the eDiscovery Process

Guest Blog by Michael Hamilton, J.D., Exterro, Inc. Being an attorney is like being a juggler.  Within the litigation process there are many balls (tasks) to juggle: reviewing a claim, researching legal precedence, interviewing witnesses, submitting interrogatories, prepping experts, reviewing

Posted in Ediscovery, Guest Blog