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30+ days ago

Financial Restructuring (Senior Associate)

Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy London, England

Office: London Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have 6-7 years plus PQE in restructuring and an excellent academic background. We are looking… Adzuna


30+ days ago

Setter Operator

Hadley Group Birmingham, England

• Controlling production processes to set tolerances • Operating production processes at optimum efficiency • Ensure that all jobs are set… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Turret & Pressbrake Setter / Operator

Hadley Group Birmingham, England

• Responsible for the setting and operation of the Amada CNC Turrets and/or CNC Pressbrakes • To accurately read and interpret engineering… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

General Operative

Hadley Group Birmingham, England

• Provide an efficient and timely service to machines to ensure non-stop production • Provide an efficient coil changing service ensuring the… Glassdoor


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    Overall good job but zero work life balance

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    Current Employee - Associate
    Current Employee - Associate

    I have been working at Milbank Tweed full-time

    Pros

    Almost all high caliber colleagues and usually interesting work (depending on the group), typical biglaw salary starting at $160k. Nice offices.

    Cons

    Typical challenges of a medium to large NYC law firm - long hours, no respect for personal time and depending on the individual, communication can get nasty and disrespectful in a deal crunch. Junior work is not always fascinating but this is just inevitable paying of dues and there is scope to work above your level if you show interest and capability. The firm is not particularly generous with perks. As in any organization like this, if you do good work you need to know how to say no or you will be completely consumed.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    More emphasis on real mentorship, training, feedback and quality of life. Get rid of work avoiders who ride on other's coattails and actually recognize and reward those who go above and beyond in quality and with their billable hours - these people are the only reason the firm can operate with hangers on. I realize it is a law firm and structurally there is only so much that can be done but need to address those individuals who treat juniors with disrespect or you will drive A players away.