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8 days ago

Web / PHP Developer

Harrison Clarke London, England

Harrison Clarke are currently on the lookout for a midlevel Web/PHP Developer, for a client based in Richmond. The company in Richmond are a provider… Adzuna


8 days ago

Developer, Net, C#, REST, SOAP, JavaScript

Harrison Clarke London, England

Developer, .Net, C#, REST, SOAP, JavaScript (London, 50,000) Have you ever wondered what it would be like working in an innovative and inspirational… Adzuna


8 days ago

Java Developer

Harrison Clarke London, England

Java Developer (Manchester, 55,000) Harrison Clarke have partnered with one of the leading technology ecommerce businesses in the retail sector based… Adzuna


8 days ago

C# Developer

Harrison Clarke London, England

C# Developer (London, 55,000) Harrison Clarke have partnered with a market leader in the data analytics space, in the search for a Senior C… Adzuna


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    Hard work, initially low pay, but fair management and good prospects

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Worcester, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Worcester, England (UK)

    I have been working at Harrison Clark full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Managers are very loyal - once you've earned their respect they will accommodate things like years out and leaving early for things if they possibly can. If you perform well the firm will look after you.
    Regular promotions - once you're a solicitor can expect to be associate within 3 years.
    Good prospects in that the firm is expanding, so there is scope to reach partner level.
    Bonuses are given to whole firm when it does well - e.g. £50 M&S voucher to all staff including support staff one Christmas.
    Investor in People status - regular appraisals, performance reviews, etc.
    Performance-related bonuses also available, including very occasionally to non fee-earning staff.
    Good team to work in, nice atmosphere, friendship and cooperation between departments.
    Good exposure - medium size firm, not too big that junior employees get stuck permanently doing rubbish work, yet big enough that there's a variety of work.
    Reasonably good pay once you move up from trainee/paralegal level.

    Cons

    Trainees and paralegals are low paid considering that they are expected to work as long as it takes to get work done.
    Trainees and paralegals can be expected to work from around 8.30 until 6.30 on average.
    Solicitors are also expected to work until work is done.
    Once you become an associate you will have more chance of being able to leave work at a reasonable time (unless you're in the corporate department!) however you are expected to have a work blackberry and therefore don't really escape work.
    If your performance isn't satisfactory you will be rooted out, sometimes ruthlessly!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    n/a - firm is very well run.

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