A former Addleshaw Goddard trainee, Martin pictured below now teaches at BPP Law School and runs the commercial dispute resolution department at a firm up in Harrogate. For him, this is where the problems really lie. He continued:.
Clients of mine were struggling to see how they could benefit from the civil law system as it is, and I was struggling to advise them otherwise. Lawyers, he explained, are often stuck between a rock and a hard place. They know the odds are stacked against their client but, in the end, law is a profit-making business, and to make money lawyers need clients. In comes ClaimItOnline , the latest tech start-up to grace the industry. And we think this one could be a game-changer. You think you have a civil law claim.
You go online, enter your details, attach documents that could be used as evidence, and hit send. The information whizzes through the ClaimItOnline system and is passed on to a solicitor or a junior barrister, who takes a look over the claim and offers the client a fixed fee for his or her advice. Being nice is great, but being strict is better—though lay off the humiliation part. Set expectations. Good teachers communicate what students are expected to achieve.
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Create consequences. In tandem with expectations come consequences for not meeting them. Students and parents are told at the beginning of each school year exactly what the consequences will be for misbehavior. Just like schools, employers have to follow a lot of rules when delivering consequences. It helps to develop an employee handbook that includes your policies regarding things like tardiness, absences, harassment or theft.
Consult an attorney familiar with your industry and your state to make sure everything you want to include is all appropriate and legal.
Then make sure your employees know what the consequences of bad behavior will be. Most importantly, follow through.
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If you don't, you'll start losing control of your "class. Set employees up for success. Encourage teamwork. Responding to the reality of the business marketplace, schools today are focusing more on team projects and teaching students how to work together well. Build up your C level employees by having your A level staff work with them to provide training, mentoring and feedback.
Get to know your employees' strengths and weaknesses. They know when to give someone slack and when to crack down. Assign homework. In school, homework helps students practice concepts and cement the knowledge they've gained in class. In business, it can do the same.
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