In this final installment of our four-part blog series, CDS’ Nicole Guyer interviewed women leaders Beth Clutterbuck, CHRO at Relativity and Sasha Yablonovsky, President of CareerBuilder about the ways in which employers and managers can advocate for women in the legal operations and technology space.
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In Part III of a four-part blog series, CDS’ Nicole Guyer led a discussion with Beth Clutterbuck, CHRO at Relativity and Sasha Yablonovsky, President of CareerBuilder on ways in which employers and managers can support their employees and set them up for success in these challenging times.
In Part II of a four-part blog series, CDS’ Nicole Guyer led a discussion with Beth Clutterbuck, CHRO at Relativity and Sasha Yablonovsky, President of CareerBuilder on whether the movement to remote work will have a lasting impact on the law firm workplace.
CDS’ Nicole Guyer led a discussion with Beth Clutterbuck, Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) at Relativity and Sasha Yablonovsky, President of CareerBuilder including a detailed look at Relativity’s innovative, talent-first approach to the hybrid workplace.
How do you maintain your visibility in a changing workplace? Do you know your boss’ communication and work style? Are you aware of your key performance Indicators for success? Has it changed?
Real life and the virtual world have collided during the pandemic and it’s not going back. Here’s the practical advice you’ve been waiting for when it comes to growing your network virtually.
With fewer opportunities to connect, how can women in legal operations and technology keep raising their professional profile? Nicole Guyer shares practical examples of taking control of your professional trajectory, even in a pandemic.
A women leader in legal operations and technology shares real-world examples of taking control of professional trajectory by launching new initiatives, training programs, and staying professionally relevant in a work-from-home world.
No one can deny that the coronavirus pandemic has profoundly impacted office culture, career trajectories, and the future of work. We gathered a group of women leaders to take stock of how recent developments have impacted women in the field of legal operations and technology in particular.
As a continuation to CDS’s article series surrounding gender issues in the legal field, I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Irina Ridley, Chief Counsel at Myriad Women’s Health. As a business-savvy attorney, Irina previously spent time in Management Consulting at Deloitte and PwC working with teams of consultants to address risk and regulatory considerations for Life Sciences companies of all shapes and sizes – from startups to Fortune 100 companies.
Everyone can agree that women have made significant inroads in every profession, but it is also clear there is still much work to be done, especially in positions traditionally held by men. eDiscovery is a niche sector that combines two of the most male-dominated...
Social Media and eDiscovery shared the limelight at this past month’s Women in eDiscovery Chapter meeting. The conversation explored the future of data privacy in the U.S. and the effect on social media preservation, as well as the interplay between U.S. and international laws.