Onboarding your new hire properly will increase their productivity by 50% and get them billing up to speed 25% faster. If you think that those are amazing numbers, think about your margins!

Imagine what it would feel like to know that your team was actually making you money instead of being an expense?

How gleeful would you be about eliminating administrative work so you can focus on lawyering?

Having a Hands-Free Office is an amazing and powerful thing. ( meaning you don’t have to have your fingers in everything and you have free time)

You can build that smart, caring team by hiring the right people (you have staff selection principles, right?) and then giving them a remarkable onboarding experience.

You need to plan your onboarding experience so it is remarkable and meaningful. Remarkable, you don’t hear that word much anymore. Let’s bring it back. Your experience should tell your new hire that they are special in a way that causes them to tell others about it.

Employees who get a remarkable onboarding experience tend to stay up to three years. Woohoo, three years that you are off the horrible hiring roller coaster. You know, the longer you hold on to high-functioning employees, the more money you save (hiring costs) and the more money you make (efficiencies)

create a profitable law practice

Not to mention, you’ll have a healthier, happy term who understand you and want to support your mission. I can help you with your orientation plans here

Listen in as Adrienne Dorison from Run Like Clockwork Podcast discusses hiring mistakes and talks about improving your margin through your people.


Reach out if you’d like to do a Dammit List to see where you have hidden time and to decide what to delegate during a Jam Session.


Dina Lynch Eisenberg, JD, is the CEO of OutsourceEasier.com, an outsourcing training/consulting firm for successful lawyers and entrepreneurs based in Oakland, CA.

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