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Emory L. Clark
Pros – At Clark and Washington you will work with attorneys who are excellent mentors where you will really understand the "ins and outs" of bankruptcy law. Invaluable work experience.
Cons – It's not as glamorous as some of the large firms in a big city, but the experience and knowledge you gain from this firm is invaluable.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
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Pros – -The experience you learn from this company is a stepping stop to a plethora of opportunties.
-Can develop great working relationships with attorneys, paralegals, and other administrative position members (great networking opportunities)
-Companywide activities (ie braves game, bowling night)
Cons – -Management is hell on earth (she will make your life a living hell---from day 2)
-You are not allowed to listen to music or have a heater while working
-If you are 10 minutes late to work you have to send an email stating why exactly you were late, if late more than 3 times you will get written up
-Vacations are scrutinzed by the office manager, if she doesn't think they are important you will not be allowed to take them
-the pay is horrible!....I repeat the pay is horrible.
-Overtime is not counted as time and a half (it is half time ex. if you make 10 dollars an hour, you will make $5.00 an hour for overtime)
-Management harassed me while I was pregnant and said I went to the doctor too much (they were my regular scheduled appts). They stopped after my doctor/attorney wrote her a letter.
-alot of micro managing (no breathing space)
-Management is unprofessional, uneducated, and uncaring
Advice to Senior Management – Start paying your employees more, caring about your employees more and treating them like human beings instead of robots, and you would not have a high turn over rate like you do!
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
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