We’re so excited to share with you our newest episode of Candid Convos, where we discuss virtual staffing in the new remote economy with a lawyer or other business owners who utilize virtual staff. This time, our featured guest is Luis Scott, a friend and fellow attorney. He is the Managing Partner and COO of Bader Scott Injury Lawyers based in Atlanta, Georgia. The firm has six offices around the state and it is one of the biggest PI firms in the nation. They exclusively handle personal injury, auto accident, and workers compensation cases.
In this episode, Brett and Luis discuss how setting your business’s Mission, Vision, and Core Values definitely helps identify what type of employee will be a great asset and a key member of your team. It also strengthens your marketing content and provides value to the clients. Not to mention, having a training and development team in-house will greatly benefit team building.
They also shared pretty cool insights on how hiring employees yourself is so much more expensive than hiring a staffing company that can easily do it for you. According to a leading, national human resources research company, the average cost to hire someone for your organization is $4,129.00 USD. Plus, if we also add the high turnover problem of entry-level positions (i.e. a receptionist), you would be paying that amount over and over again… that’s ludicrous!
Need help finding incredible team members for your law firm or small business? Watch this episode of Candid Convos and decide if you want to explore new ideas. At Get Staffed Up we can help you find incredible virtual team members!
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“I have found that having Vision, Mission and Core Values helps you really identify what is a key employee for your business.” — Luis Scott
“What I can say is that, sometimes, to find talent, you do have to pay a lot more than you wanted to. […] Finding incredible people in the state can be challenging at the right price point, for sure.” — Luis Scott
“With the technological advances you can open up to a whole world of talent. There are people all over the world who are happy, who want to work hard, are energetic, and well-educated.” — Brett Trembly