A paralegal working at 90% productivity who has 1,600 hours’ worth of work to do (regardless of whether or not that work is billable) will put in 1,780 hours to finish the work.
While a paralegal working at 75% productivity with the same amount of work will have to put in 2,135 hours to finish the work.
That’s a difference of 355 hours per year!
This is a huge incentive for paralegals to look at their daily productivity and ways to improve it. When paralegals realize that working at a higher productivity level results in having more of a life outside the office, there is a personal motivation to improve because they benefit from it as much as the law firm does.
In this course, you will get:
- Solid methods to improve your daily productivity so that you can get all of your work done and still have a life outside the office.
- How to spot and avoid office distractions that are reducing your productivity.
- Setting a solid monthly and quarterly plan to sustain your improved work/life balance.