Podcast: Getting acquainted

By Tom Lodewyke|02 June 2017
Infotrack

In this special episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, Lawyers Weekly, in partnership with InfoTrack, assembled a round table to discuss the critical need for police and reference checks to be more widely implemented across both the legal community and the corporate world.

Recruiting the right people should be front of mind for any business. The staff you have are the sole determiners of your company culture, revenue and reputation.  

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Here, we share the discussion that took place, as well as key findings uncovered in a revealing report embarked on by the parties. 

Panel Members 

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  • Phillip Tarrant, managing editor, Lawyers Weekly 
  • John Ahern, CEO, InfoTrack  
  • Lori Middlehurst, director and assistant general counsel, VMware  
  • Mariah Pollard, ‎national recruitment consultant, Maurice Blackburn Lawyers 

Click here to learn more about police checks.

 

In the video below, each participant shares their key takeaways from the podcast, including what results from the report surprised them the most.

 

Pictured above (left to right): Mariah Pollard, John Ahern and Lori Middlehurst.

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