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1.0Former Employee, less than 1 yearRed flags everywhereAnonymous Employee in Minneapolis, MNRecommendProsLeftover food from meetings, pretty cool coffee/espresso machineConsPay was less than average for this region. Micromanaging at its finest, would not work with you to attend dr appointments, only option was to use PTO. Older staff feel like new employees are going to take their jobs so they find everything you do wrong and report to the manager. I should have seen this red flag my first week when I was getting trained by the manager and 2 employees came in and complained about another employee all while I was sitting there. Very unprofessional. Very few people are friendly. Offices in different states feel like they are at war sometimes it is such a hostile environment. Management decides the role you were hired for needs to cover 3 additional roles of people who left without rehiring or increasing pay.Advice to ManagementFocus on employee retention and team building.
5.Current EmployeeGreat company and peopleApr 13, 2022 - Anonymous Employee RecommendProsThe company is great and so are the people!ConsNothing to report at this time.
5. Current Employee, more than 1 year Best Work Environment Apr 14, 2021 - Anonymous Employee Recommend Pros Benefits Great Leadership Opportunities for upward mobility Cons Tend to play favorites Not much schedule flexibility 5. Current Employee, more than 10 years Great place to work Mar 24, 2021 - Attorney in Kansas City, MO Recommend Pros Flexibility, great people, interesting work Cons Cannot think of any cons5. Current Employee Excellent employer Mar 2, 2021 - Legal Administrative Assistant in Minneapolis, MN Recommend Pros Strong leadership, excellent attorneys, understanding HR. Cons No complaint, it's a busy law firm.s:5.Amazing Place To WorkLegal Technical Specialist (Contractor) (Former Employee) - Minneapolis, MN - October 11, 2018During my time of working at Stinson, I have learned and grown so much within the company. Stinson had really prepared me to seek out new endeavors when the time came for me to search for a change of scenery.s:5.Wonderful place to work.Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) - St. Louis, MO - May 21, 2017I enjoyed working at Stinson Leonard Street tremendously. Friendly, professional atmosphere. I hated to leave, but it was a temporary work assignment through Robert Half Legal.ProsGreat atmosphere, friendly people, very professional.ConsTemporary work assignment through Robert Half Legal.s:5.Great place to wokrDesk side Support Technician (Former Employee) - Washington, DC - January 27, 2016Great company to work for. great people, great teamwork.RecommendedEnjoyed my time here Deploying applications using Altiris
I worked at Stinson LLP as a former employee for over a year. While the pay was decent, the culture of the firm left much to be desired. The company has a very traditional and outdated approach, with a significant gender bias.
Lawyers of this firm should begin expanding their services. If the firm growth increased in the later year their profits would greatly increase and more employees would be eager to work here.
This local firm enjoys catering to their clients and is truly dedicated to making them happy. Employees feel a sense of closeness working with this firm and the environment is much like family. Employees feel very close to one another and management seems to carry a bond with employees as well.
Although this firm has a great reputation among local folks, the business itself is still quite small. If other employees wanted to join this firm they would most likely have to wait a while. It seems this firm does not expand their employment for quite some time.