Advice to law firm management: This firm needs to stop being greedy and focus more on proper business ethics. Clients will not want to come to a law firm that is only concerned with making money. Employees will feel uneasy as well and lead people to come and go.
Pros: The firm offers good salaries that are above average for the area they are in. Promotions are available quite frequently and give employees the opportunity to advance within the firm. The firm is quite large and almost always has room for growth and advancement.
Cons: Unfortunately, this firm is a bit of a revolving door. Employees come and go because management is too concerned with money. They only care about making a profit off their clients and don
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