A business is not a charity. But if someone wants to leave early, let him, and pay him for the day, even if he does not work the full day. He always will remember
...in the Kansas City office of management-side employment firm Constangy, Brooks & Smith, advises employers to discourage employees from celebrating the holiday in...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
Baton in hand exaggerates the way chief operating executives actually manage their firms
Originally Published: Daily Report
.... . . Tamara R. Jones and Arielle K. Cohen have joined Constangy, Brooks & Smith as associates in Dallas. . . . Gary D. Compton has...
As managing partner of his office, Michael P. Maslanka says he sees lots of résumés. And many reflect this fundamental fallacy: A good résumé is one that communicates information.
...P. Maslanka has been promoted to equity partner in Constangy, Brooks & Smith in Dallas. . . . Dirk R. Moore has...
Richard Cheng, general counsel of Senior Care Centers, says his new colleagues were perplexed when the company hired him last year. It's rare for long-term health-care companies to have in-house coun
Michael P. Maslanka celebrated his 30th anniversary as a lawyer in 2011. He offers 10 insights he has learned over the years. He starts with "get the facts" and concludes with "recognize the limits o
.... . . P. Caleb Patterson has joined Constangy, Brooks & Smith in Dallas as an attorney. . . . ...
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