Don’t burn bridges while looking for a new role

In this special episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, produced in partnership with Naiman Clarke, we explore the importance of ethically going out to market as a candidate for a new role – especially given how prospective employers may react.

By Robyn Tongol 17 August 2023 Podcast
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Host Jerome Doraisamy is once again joined by Naiman Clarke managing director Elvira Naiman to discuss some of the latest trends being seen in legal recruitment as we come off FY23, including a reflection on the slowing of salary increases and how the market has shifted from being one for candidates to being one for sellers.

Ms Naiman also details some of the bad behaviours that are being witnessed and undertaken in the market right now by candidates, how and why such behaviours are manifesting, how candidates can ensure they conduct themselves in more considerate and transparent ways, how candidates and employers can respond to environmental marketplace shifts, and what will constitute best practice for those exploring a change in their vocational journeys.

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