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5.Current EmployeeSummer AssociateSummer Associate in Chicago, ILRecommendProsProfessional colleagues - challenging work - excellent alumni networkConsLong hours - A lot of events (could be a pro depending on how you view work events)
There needs to be a focus on offering employees a varied work schedule. Management should work towards improving in the area of treating the support team with more respect.
The law firm offers a salary that is in the same area as other firms. The firm does pay attention to the office and its employees. Employees are shown recognition for what they do for the firm.
The law firm falls short in offering a varied work schedule for people who struggle with balancing work. The support team is not treated with the same respect as others.
Raise staff morale. Provide more benefits and hire more intelligent staff.
The staff members are extremely friendly and care about helping employees.
There was no return offer, and work gets mundane very quickly. Some lawyers were not cooperative.
Advice: Restructure your plans for employer contribution toward Health and Dental.
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Although the pay is great, the benefits are not. As employees, we had to pay contributions of over $1000 a month, while they offer us very little PTO time. Discussing a new idea or route seems to go in and right out of the ears of the upper managers.