Weight-management programs at law firms coming to an RFP near you. In a 2008 survey of more than 450 employers with at least 1,000 workers, “Nearly three-quarters cited weight management plans as a chief strategy for maintaining affordable health care benefits.” The Harvard Bus. Rev., Vol. 87, Dec. 2009 at 30, explains the productivity and health benefits when employees avoid gaining too much weight. Someday we will see RFPs asking for the Body Mass Index (BMI) of the core team proposed by a law firm (See my post of July 10, 2009: health and welfare with 15 references and 4 metaposts.).
Unsexy, traditional, ineloquent, plain, and unstylish, the name of this blog has some old-fashioned values. Sometimes when I write, read, or hear the name of this blog I cringe just a tiny bit at its clunky, unclever, too-long ugliness. Then I take some solace in that it is very clear – law department management. Other blogs have cute names, oh-so-clever names. My stodgy name matches the tenor of its posts and intent: write clearly about solid ideas that matter to general counsel as managers.
Ranks of this blog on Technorati, Avvo and Justia. Technorati Authority measures a site’s standing and influence in the blogosphere “based on a site’s linking behavior, categorization and other associated data over a short, finite period of time.” Authority does not count links in blogrolls. This blog on Dec. 7, 2009 had an authority of 140 (on a scale of 0-1000) and was ranked 22,154 (out of 853,799). Technorati Rank is a site’s rank among the Technorati Authority of all sites where 1 is the highest rank.
On Avvo, this blog stands at 161 with an Alexa Rank: of 1,550,369 (in the US 859,728) with 83 sites linking in (See my post of March 9, 2009: ranked at260 (Alexa 4,316,294). On Justia’s BlawgSearch, this blog comes in at number 260.
First reference to this blog on Wikipedia. In the summary of Exari, footnote 8 cites to this blog. Gosh! (See my post of Dec. 31, 2007: Wikipedia has no entry about legal department administrators.).