At age 38 many professionals, like lawyers and accountants in private practice, have to make a decision about whether to strive for a high income career based on their own client relationships or to solidify their job prospects dependent on relationships with employers who pay them a salary in return for their work.
Warren Bongard, President of ZSA attended the The Links Fore Learning Golf Classic, now in its 19th year! The Links Fore Learning Golf Classic brings together supporters of the United Jewish Appeal in raising critical funds for special education in the Jewish day school system.
People have taken time off work for a number of reasons; the need to care for family members, suffering from burnout, made redundant, or simply taking time to travel and self-reflect. Although the thought of job searching can be daunting, giving a reason for any gap in your work history and showcasing willingness to get back into the arena (by following some of the tips below) will help you land the job you want.
Last week I had breakfast with a friend who is looking for a new job. He had received an offer which he thought was a low opening bid to which he countered with a more generous deal and a detailed rationale. Based on our combined experience on both sides of job offers we thought he […]
It’s my life mission to help lawyers make more money or at least to have more satisfaction in their work. My number one idea is to cultivate existing relationships. The wins could be fee based work, referrals to prospects, introductions to new contacts, better relationships up, down and sideways at the office, maybe even more […]