06 Dec 2010 | 12:00 am |
International law firm Pinsent Masons was last night announced as the winner of the British Legal Award for Law Firm Innovation for its HR Network TV initiative.
HR Network TV is a web-based information and learning tool specially developed by Pinsent Masons. HR Network TV provides an efficient, informative and no-cost service for HR professionals and line managers to keep up to date with the fast-moving legal developments in their sector. The site makes use of the latest technology to produce twice-weekly news programmes and monthly more in depth risk management programmes. It also holds a vast searchable library of previous materials. The success of the site has been testament to the need for such a tool in the industry, with over 1,300 subscribers from more than 650 organisations.
Pinsent Masons were shortlisted in the category alongside five other firms, including Addleshaw Goddard, Berwin Leighton Paisner, CMS Cameron McKenna, Eversheds, and Geldards.
Chris Mullen, senior partner at Pinsent Masons commented: "It's fantastic to be recognised for this initiative which provides a truly unique resource for the HR industry and is part of a raft of services we have implemented to extend our client offering. I'd like to thank those whose continued effort and hard work has ensured that HR Network TV has flourished."
For more information on HR Network TV, please go to: www.hrnetwork.tv
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