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Legal Analyst – new

Mom Corps Herndon, VA

Recruiting for this position is being handled by Mom Corps on behalf of our client. This is a full-time contract to hire position with a Fortune… Mom Corps

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    Good Company if You Get a Good Boss

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    Former Employee - Human Resources Intern in Los Angeles, CA
    Former Employee - Human Resources Intern in Los Angeles, CA

    I worked at Mom Corps. as an intern (less than an year)


    Overall, it was a good internship. I got hands-on experience in the recruiting/HR field and learned so much in such a small timeframe. One of my bosses was an absolute joy to work for and she made me feel like a valuable member of the team. Mom Corps is great in that they truly practice what they preach with flexibility - I got to direct my schedule (work from home some days, in the office other days, and Fridays off!) and the work-life balance was nice.


    There was a lot of hypocrisy, at least with my boss. She would say I needed to get more comfortable with ambiguity. So, I would work on projects without a lot of direction, which is what I'm used to doing, and I would turn in my work and say I didn't do it right because I didn't follow her directions. What directions?! She said figure it out yourself and that's what I did. She liked to have it both ways. This is weird, but I also felt slightly victimized for not having the same previous work history as my boss. For example, I had never worked in retail and my boss would occassionally say something to the effect of "well, if you had work experience in sales you would get how to do XYZ." My previous work experiences were not validated.

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    Employees are not mind readers - we can only work with so much ambiguity and so little structure for so long. Also, more professionalism in the workplace would be appreciated. I understand that the atmosphere is very casual, but name-calling is just flat-out rude.

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