Williams & Jensen
Williams & Jensen

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4 Star Rating     1 review

http://www.williamsandjensen.com 
Main Office:

1155 21st Street, NW, Suite 300 | Washington | DC | 20036

Phone: 202-659-8201 | Fax: 202-659-5249

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- Reviewed on Sep 09, 2017

Advice to law firm management: If this firm wants to keep long term employees around, they need to offer more chances for upward mobility. Otherwise employees will simply leave and find better opportunities elsewhere.

Pros: This firm offers a great work environment that is filled with creativity and positivity. Employees are encouraged to work together with team building strategies and management works hard to ensure employees are getting along and happy with their employment position.

Cons: The only downside to this firm is that it seems a bit small. Employment opportunities for this firm are slim to none and only hiring new employees every few months, maybe less. Some employees have been at this firm for a while, but those who wish to move up typically leave after a certain point.

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