NEW YORK, Jan. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Lawline.com is once again being recognized for its excellence and innovation. It was named one of the "40 Best Companies to Work for in New York" by the New York State Society for Human Resource Management and Best Companies Group. This comes just a few short months after being chosen a finalist in the "Best Customer Service" category by the New York Enterprise Report.
Established in 1999, Lawline.com has become one of the nation's leading providers of Online Continuing Legal Education. Focusing on "quality, price and service" has always been its primary mission. Lawline.com has been able to achieve this goal by hiring energetic, highly motivated individuals and exposing them to multiple departments in order to find the best fit for the employee's skill set.
David Schnurman, Lawline.com's President, believes this is at the core of his company's success. "Our greatest assets are our employees. We strive to provide them with what they need to excel, and in return we believe that this maximizes their potential."
Lawline.com is always on the lookout for great talent and often meets them in the most unexpected places. One such example is when Schnurman explored joining a gym for his employees near his office. He was so impressed with the corporate sales manager, he hired him as a consultant to train his key personnel in sales and customer service at 8:00AM every day. The response was overwhelming and before long, the conference room was filled with other employees wanting to participate in the morning brainstorming. Within three months, he was hired full time as V.P. of Sales.
Lawline.com will be honored at the Best Companies to Work for in New York at the awards dinner on Wednesday, April 21, 2010, at the Albany Marriot.
Lawline.com was founded in 1999 and was one of the first companies to offer online Continuing Legal Education. Lawline.com now provides hundreds of hours of original online CLE programming to attorneys across the nation.
Lawline.com expanded from Lawline, a well regarded legal television program in the New York Metropolitan area.