Despite the applications’ relative infancy, Filevine has nonetheless managed to change the landscape of the legal profession and revolutionize how law firms across the country operate. As the premier law practice management software, Filevine has empowered firms with the tools and resources to simplify their day-to-day tasks.
In addition to the vast array of tools offered by Filevine, firms can now also optimize their human resources department. By creating a human resources project in Filevine, you can streamline your onboarding process, upload sample materials, and develop an employee training course all in one application. Learn the process and what it takes to create an human resources project within Filevine below.
Before bringing on a new member to your team, create separate vines within the Application phase to assist with every aspect of the hiring process. For example, a ‘candidate communication’ vine will help schedule and track all interview schedules and correspondence with applicants. Similarly, an ‘interview notes’ vine will contain relevant feedback from all interviews and note overall thoughts on each applicant.
• Potential Candidate: upload prospective candidate resumes, interview answers, writing samples, and interview notes.
• References: contains the reference contact details, interview questions, and fields for interview answers.
• Hire: contains the link to generate the job offer and fields for hire date, rate, position, salary, and any other notes/remarks.
• Requirements: maintain a checklist of requirements received to help track any missing document.
• Login Credentials: establish a checklist to track logins you have onboarded.
• Benefits/Increase: contains information regarding any employee benefits, including sick leave earnings and scheduled pay increases.
• Employee Performance: document employee attendance and overall evaluations.
• Employee Documents: upload any submitted employee document.
• Post-Employment: upload resignation letters, generate termination letters and fill out the details of the final pay and unemployment claim should they ever file for one.
• Case Manager: Require that case managers perform intakes, negotiate liability acceptances, complete property damage claims, make case status calls, and audit cases.
• Law Clerk: Require law clerks to research case law, create memos, review motions, draft complaints, write pre-litigation letters, and work on blog posts for the firm.
• Paralegal: Require paralegals to draft complaints, review petitions for exemptions, schedule depositions, communicate with expert witnesses, attend mediations, and assist litigation attorneys in preparation for trial.
• Pre-Litigation Attorney: Require pre-litigation attorneys to attend intakes, negotiate claims, communicate with clients, perform client authority conversations, and listen to recorded client statements.
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