Miller & Milone, P.C.

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Miller & Milone, P.C. Reviews

Updated Jan 26, 2014

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2.5 6 reviews

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Christina G. Milone, Esq.

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33% of employees recommend this company to a friend
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    Lots of opportunities to learn. Great benefits

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)

    ProsOver the last three years, I had plenty of opportunities to learn new things about the firm and the healthcare industry. Miller & Milone has recently has a great team of managers and administrative people. I have more than one person I can see when I have questions. Benefits are good (vacation, holidays, 401k).

    ConsI witnessed a huge growth in overall company size, which brought with it a lot of structure and policies. I guess you have to have those in today's professional world so it's not really a con...

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Very rewarding

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)

    ProsI worked at Miller and Milone for over 13 years and it was by far the best work experience of my life. I always had input and got great feedback and support from management both before I was a part of management and after I became a part of management. Throughout my tenure at Miller and Milone there was a definite feeling of family.

    ConsThe only Con I an think of was that my position with Miller and Milone was much more then an 8 hour day but in fairness no one ever asked or expected I do anything after hours.

    Advice to Senior ManagementI have been away from the company for 5 years so I would not be able to add any advice for Management.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Good for a short stint, unbearable as a career

    Assistant (Current Employee) Garden City, NY

    ProsSome of the loveliest co-workers I've ever encountered were employees of Miller & Milone. Smart, funny and never unwilling to lend a helping hand.

    There's also free coffee and the location is pretty good for Long Island - Garden City is next to everything, so that's good if you enjoy shopping or running errands.

    Another pro is the willingness of management to give workers more responsibility. This has an obvious disadvantage which I will elaborate in the con-section of this review, but if you're looking to learn a great deal of healthcare law in a short time this is a great place to develop some knowledge and skills.

    ConsWithout a shadow of a doubt the worst thing about Miller & Milone is its Work-Life balance. If you're a lowly clerk or temp you should be able to escape unscathed, but pressure to yield more of your life to M&M will mount as you advance up the corporate ladder.

    I suppose if you're willing to work late into the night M&M is a fine place to be...but for the vast majority of people the work-life balance here is dreadfully unhealthy and an outright imposition on their personal lives & time.

    Another major issue is the abusive character of upper management. Prepared to be reamed for mistakes - real or imagined - as you are compared to an exacting and never-quite-enumerated standard of perfection. Miller & Milone is a very demanding place.

    Now, please note that these problems are hardly endemic to M&M. Ask former or current employees of law firms across the country and you'll encounter similar tales of discontent. Lawyers are not formally schooled in management and don't give a care in the world about your life, your family and your contentment as an employee. They will ride you to exhaustion.

    Advice to Senior ManagementI'm not sure if it's even worthwhile to give advice to the management. Deaf to complaints and whatnot. Just be attuned to the morale of your employees.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Do not stop at all!

    Worker (Current Employee) Garden City, NY

    ProsAbout Miliier and Milone there are no pros

    ConsUpper management from the owner on down are way to full of themselves. Benefits take way to long to kick in. To many games for such a small firm. Not really a law firm at all and it will never be.
    Mostly a glorified collections agency. for a firm this size it should be fun to work at but all it is is a living hell. Do not work here you will hate yourself later.
    Most of the workers here are people who will never get to the big time.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    run as fast as you can

    Appeal Writer (Current Employee) Garden City, NY

    Proswish i could say there were more pros than the " free coffee" but its not that free since we dont have bonuses or raises.

    Consmanagement is very disconnected from employees. although company is basically about insurance the management team has never set foot in an insurance company and make rules as they go along. If they like you or you are a suck up you will do fine if you know what you are doing and realize that managment doesnt you are not going to do well. if they dont like you you might as well quit.

    Advice to Senior Managementactually listen to the employees and maybe take an insurance class so that you actually know what you are talking about..

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Appeal Writer (Current Employee) Garden City, NY

    ProsFree coffee in a decent corporate building. Friendly atmosphere.

    ConsVery low pay, expensive benefits, 6 month probationary period to be eligible for medical or other benefits. No opportunities for advancement. No training program. Very disorganized.

    Advice to Senior ManagementGive your employees a reason to stay with the company instead of creating a culture of high turnover.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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