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4 days ago

Head of Property

Private Client Greater London

Our existing people of this qualification are mostly equity Partners which we would hope the right candidate for this job would soon… TotallyLegal

19 days ago

Prison & Public Law Solicitor

Private Client Greater London

We expect you to have a solid background in Prison Law and ideally also Public Law, although supervision/training for Public Law can be arranged. We… TotallyLegal

19 days ago

Personal Assistant

Private Client North Hollywood, CA +2 locations

Previous assistant experience not necessary, but references are a must. Must have a positive attitude and be on… Private Client

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Robert Fiore
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    Avoid this place at all cost unless you're unemployed and desperate.

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    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Private Client Resources full-time (More than a year)


    not much really, you may learn new things every now and then but that's only because people keep resigning and they will to assign you things that were part of your job description or sometimes out of your department.


    Everything about this firm. Extremely long hours. yes every job will require overtime but this place requires overtime everyday. you're always working overtime but the day you ask to leave an hour early because of a doctor's appointment you're asked to make up that time. Extreme micro management, if the CEO sees you leaving on time more than twice per week you will definitely be called into a meeting and asked why you left early. Robert Fiore's office is directly in front of the doors where he can see everyone come in and leave. Management walks around the office around 5:30 to check if anyone left early. Very high turnover especially for a firm of this size. it's not surprising seeing 5 people quitting at once. they will lie to you during the interview, they make you do a completely different job after you're hired. i saw people being move from client services to operations and vice versa without the person's consent. if you end up at PCR don't stop looking for a new job. The compensation PCR offers is not worth staying i'm really surprise some people have stayed there more than 3 years. Another thing you should keep in mind is that what you will do at PCR is very customized, you almost will not do it anywhere else unless you're seeking a job with one of their competitors (Advent), so if you stay there too long it will be very difficult to find a job somewhere else especially if it's was your first job. i recommend recent grads not to spend more than a year there. 3-4 years at PCR is entry level at some other financial services firm. I would give this place zero stars if i could.

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