The Bill4Time product team releases new and enhanced features, system improvements, and bug fixes several times per week. Organized by month, the Release Notes blog series will highlight all the changes we’ve implemented, so you can easily stay up-to-date on what’s new. If you have a question, feedback, or an idea – please leave
It snuck up on us. The expectations around work, the ones we’re used to, have changed. The phrase 9 to 5 is viewed as old-fashioned and outdated. A lawyer’s family is expected to wait. Our friends and loved ones are supposed to take what they can get. This sounds wrong.
Is commuting good for our health? Recent research would suggest that the answer is no. A study by Erika Sandow et al. found that commuting is harmful for our health. Sandow goes a step further suggesting that commuting is harmful for our interpersonal relationships. It’s not as bad as it
Have you ever heard this saying? Knowledge is power. It’s trite and kind of cliché, but it’s also incredibly true. Knowledge gives you power, especially if you know how to use the knowledge you acquire. It’s so cliché in fact, that it’s taken for granted by most people. Attorneys have
We all want it. Don’t we? The status and prestige that comes with success? With being significant? Express the desire to grow your standing out loud though and it’s viewed as vain. It’s the truth though isn’t it? Status is a good thing believe it or not. It’s a helpful
It’s an important but underdeveloped skill. It’s something professionals struggle to do with any reasonable amount of confidence. They’re concerned about the consequences of their choice. When the topic comes up, many attorneys are filled with fear and dread. I’m talking about saying No. Saying No something most of us