Category: Community

Walking for St. Jude

Matt King, Oasis Senior Solutions Engineer, is highlighting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Read on to learn more and find out how you can help....

Own Your Personality—No Matter What

“She’s too much,” was something I frequently heard as a child from those around me. Similarly, “she talks a lot,” or “she’s sassy,” which always issued a chuckle or eye-roll from the adults nearby. Hearing this about myself hurt when I was young and usually ended with me sulking...

Benefits or Culture: What Do Employees Really Want?

It's remarkable how many organizations fail—despite their best efforts—to attract and retain top talent. While they’re busy creating insane benefits packages and tricking out offices, they’re still struggling with keeping their best employees and attracting new ones. Why? They don't understand that benefits and culture are not the same....

1Mission House Build

Check out 1Mission, an amazing organization that builds houses for impoverished families. We had the pleasure of joining them to help build a house in Mexico and spend time with the family that would occupy it....

The Path to Self-Worth

Christine Porras, our Director of Technology Solutions, shares her personal story of finding self-worth in response to our eDiscovery Unredacted women's panel. ...

What Is Company Culture?

Company culture is often an elusive and hard-to-define concept. Legility President John Burchfield and Oasis CEO Brandon Law discuss their definitions of company culture in the latest eDiscovery Unredacted video....

Knowing Your Value

At the beginning of the year, our team was working hard to prepare our eDiscovery Unredacted panel discussions for LegalWeek 2020. We were tasked with creating discussion topics, and for years, I had wanted to start the conversation of women in eDiscovery. ...

Company Culture and Core Values

As part of our eDiscovery Unredacted video series, John Burchfield, President at Legility, and Brandon Law, Oasis CEO, sat down to discuss company culture. Culture isn't a tangible item. Core values aren't hopeful adjectives. Determining a company's culture and core values is a "discovery process," evolving over time. Most...