A collection of Quid Pro Quo company news and insights into the legal and corporate staffing industry.
As we approach the New Year, QUID PRO QUO wishes that you have a superb January, a dazzling February, a peaceful March, an anxiety free April, a sensational May, and joy that keeps going from June to November, and then round off with an upbeat December. As glasses are raised and fireworks explode into the sky, it's important to recognize the special symbolism this holiday brings with it... Continue Reading
The entire team at Quid Pro Quo wishes our candidates and employers a joyous and peaceful holiday. During this time, we reflect upon the good things we have… like our partnership with you. We appreciate working with you and hope that the holidays and the coming year will bring you happiness and success. We would like to express our sincerest appreciation for the trust you have placed in us and best wishes for the holidays... Continue Reading
Many attorneys question the benefit of Facebook as a resource to boost their career and/or to land a job. Although years have passed since Facebook hit the scene, the social media site is still a powerful tool for lawyers - for many reasons. If you've recently asked yourself, "why Facebook?" We have the answer... Continue Reading
Everyone at QUID PRO QUO wishes you a very happy and peaceful Thanksgiving. This goes out to both our talented pool of candidates and our loyal employers. We are sincerely thankful to both of you... Continue Reading
Prior to a law firm extending an offer to an attorney, one thing is for certain. The law firm will spend considerable time on reviewing the lawyer's background - including, at the very least, performance in past jobs, law school grades and rankings, interview performance, and what references say about the candidate. Law firms invest significant time in reviewing candidates because they don't want to commit to a candidate that will not contribute to the success of the firm. Candidates should invest the same amount of time when reviewing a potential firm prior to employment... Continue Reading