Morrison Mahoney, LLP

Morrison Mahoney, LLP - Reviews

3 Star Rating     2 reviews

https://www.morrisonmahoney.com/ 
Main Office:
250 Summer Street | Boston | MA | 02210
Phone: 617-439-7500  | Fax:  

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"Over worked and under paid"   - Anonymous      Write an Anonymous Review

- Reviewed on April 08, 2019

Advice to law firm management: Start paying people what they are worth. The department heads and attorneys are paid well, but the support staff.

Pros: The HR Department is amazing, and will bend over backwards to help you if you are a good worker.

Cons: The Acct Dept/ Finance. Over works staff, little pay. They waits months to submit yearly reviews. The accounting/ finance department has clicks if you are not apart of the click you are left out.

Partners to Avoid and Why: The Partners are amazing. They are very professional and courteous, and are always willing to help when they can.

Favorite Things About this Firm: The flexibility and amazing support staff, perks and benefits. The firm shows it’s appreciation in other way as oppose to monitory gain.

Current or former employee?: Former Employee

Last Year at Employer: 2015

Job type: Full time
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"How Most Firms Should Be"   - Anonymous      Write an Anonymous Review

- Reviewed on August 18, 2017

Advice to law firm management: There needs to be a clearer and better format when it comes to an employee getting promoted at the firm. But it's a minor issue.

Pros: Partners here know how to keep associates happy. My fellow attorneys and I have good resources to do our jobs. They have good salaries that are competitive with other firms. The superiors also keep communication with subordinates.

Cons: The only flaw I can mention is that there tends to be few opportunities for advancement at the firm sometimes. But it's something that tends to change depending on the amount of trust an associate gains from some partners.

Current or former employee?: Current Employee
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