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See reviews for Andreu, Palma, Lavin & Solis, PLLC from attorneys and other legal professionals below.
keep building and keep building your teams!
this job is super exciting for me. i get to learn a lot of stuff that i know benefits my future. its not boring and definitely fast-paced and can be overwhelming. the teams are broken down by department. its some law but mostly a lot of tasking projects and production of filings and evidence for attorneys to review. the culture feels very family oriented. the owners and managers certainly care for their people and are easy to talk to. But in order to succeed here, you have to work. if you like to move slow and take a lot of breaks, this will not be a good job
sometimes too overwhelming. staff shortages dont help. expectations sometimes feel unobtainable. no cellphones at desks
all the partners are very nice and helpful.
the challenges are fun. there are some very smart people at this company and they challenge us to become better
Keep doing the good work you are doing
You will always feel at home
Every one there will treat you like family and will train you to be better and couch you to grow and to reach your success
I would highly recommend this opportunity
So far nothing yet
I love the people at work and love to be able to help others
Keep doing what you are doing I am a happy employee
I have been with Andreu, Palma Lavin & Solís for almost 5 years. I must say that working here is like working with family. The patrons and management treat you with respect and are understanding in a time of need. They display excellent work ethics at all times. I am grateful to be a part of the Andreu Palma Lavin and Solis Team and I am looking forward to many more years of working for this Law Firm.
Simply, treat employees better. Stop belittling new people. Stop talking bad about debtors, everyone has problems in life and you have no right to treat people poorly just because they owe a million dollar company a few hundred or few thousand dollars. It makes me sick the way I saw people treated.
This firm was horrible. Every single day was miserable and it was like they literally tried to make working here miserable. Got me to come aboard with lies of "quick promotion, long job security, fast growing team, blah blah blah". None of it was true. Honestly, these people would joke about people losing everything like they took pleasure in it. I felt horrible working here but I had left my previous job due to "promises" from Aaron and they just never delivered.
Man... don't get me started! From the uncomfortable feeling from day one to people staring at you all day and treating you crappy because your "new". There are so many "clics" or "groups" and if you don't kiss a** then you are in trouble. They will make your life absolutely miserable. I never understood why they were so cruel. I never felt right there from day one. It was uncomfortable, sleazy and all around horrible job.
There are a few nice people but most will smile to your face and then talk trash about you behind your back.
Favorite thing was my last day by far.
allow your rockstars to shine
it is very busy all the time. a lot of work to be done. you are never bored here. team work is great. everyone is helpful and nice. there is a feeling that the company is growing fast so there is a lot of opportunity to advance and have a good career.
it can be overwhelming. no matter how much you get done there is always more to do. some processes are repetitive.
i like the people. i like that is always busy. miami traffic sucks but thats not their fault
be sure that employees who drop the ball are held accountable
you get a lot of experience because of the number of cases managed
work can be overwhelming. a ot of cases to manage. lots of opportunities for others to not do their job right can lead to more work for others to clean-up
all the partners are fine. never had an issue with any of them
good people. good attitudes. great experience. making the best of a difficult business. creditors rights is a negative/adversarial industry, but the culture here makes it different
let your staff disrupt limiting beliefs. their is a lot of redundant processes that dont make sense. the staff are smart and hard working, but it seems as though most accept doing things in a very old fashioned way. this is the new world. for employees that have the desire, let them improve processes. encourage them to disrupt old ways of thinking
The culture is great. It is hectic because of the workload and volume, but i always feel a part of. The partners are very involved and always helping. There is a feeling of togetherness that is always there. Its a family operated business which is not always good but in this group it works well.
the industry of debt collection and banking work is difficult. its not always intellectually stimulating and has a negative connotation, but the culture overpowers the stigma. You wont get rich doing this type of work, but you get a lot of experience
one of the partners can seem cold but i think its just his personality. after a while you get to understand him. but he can seem gruff
fast paced and never boring
Take an ethics class and a morals class. Reflect on life choices of your own and put that to practice.
Take an EEOC class and practice what you preach
Push for high collections usually 75% if not acceptable will take it in twenty four monthly payments .
It was always nice to take a breK
Ethics are waived if you dont care work here you will have a wonderful day feeling superipr but if you actually want to help people look for a better employer
I really could not tell you who to avoid you will figure that out on your own if you decide to take a job
Nothing , I remember that I felt uncomfortable working there and EEOC should look into workplace ethics my favorite things are as follows: breaks quitting time and getting a new job