Lex on Demand plans to hire about 20 people in the next two months. David Tomashefski, president, talked with The Post's Andrea Caumont.
QWhat does your company do?
AWe do document management for law firms and corporate law departments. What that means is we handle the documents involved in large lawsuits.
We do traditional copying of documents, we take paper documents and convert them to electronic files, and we take electronic files and convert those files into paper or other electronic files.
We also take electronic files and arrange the information in a useful manner that is beneficial to a law firm in whatever case they're working on.
What do you think your employees would say are the best reasons for working at your company?
There's a couple of reasons I think people enjoy working for us.
One is that we have a winning environment that's centered on teamwork. We are on a growth pattern so we provide a lot of growth opportunity for people and we share in successes through profit-sharing.
Who owns your company?
It's owned by five individuals including myself, who are members of the seven-person board of directors. It's privately held.
What sense of stability can your company offer job candidates?
Mainly the sense of stability comes from our growth. We have just celebrated our 10th anniversary and have grown at an average of 33 percent per year and expanded our offices through various parts of the country.
What are the demographics of your company?
Company-wide, we're 64 percent female and 53 percent minority. On the 10-person senior management team there are three females and four minorities.
What positions do you have available, and what level of expertise do you want?
We're looking for 12 sales consultants with several years of sales experience who have some sort of competitiveness in their background and who are good communicators. We're also looking for one senior software developer and two software developers with some sort of legal background. We're also hiring five or six electronic litigation specialists who are very familiar with different file types and know how to massage data. We're also looking for one director of operations with some level of technical expertise who will oversee . . . the production process.