“Quiet hiring sparks fears of burnout among lawyers”

Lawyers Weekly article with Jesse Shah.

We’re thrilled to have Jesse featured in this week’s Lawyers Weekly article.

nrol director, Jesse Shah talks about the phenomenon of “quiet hiring”, issues that may arise and shares his advice if we continue to see this emerge within the legal profession.

“Quiet hiring is a phenomenon that sees employers moving employees into different jobs and different departments instead of hiring new staff. It is about cost saving — moving people around within the organisation to save money. It’s cost-effective, but it might not be long-term effective in terms of employee retention. While you might save money by not hiring someone new, long term, that employee won’t stick around when they’re overwhelmed by work or doing projects they’re not passionate about.” – Jesse Shah,

View the full Lawyers Weekly Article.

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