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Kirkland & Ellis
Legal Secretary was asked...June 11, 2012

what do you think the most important characteristic of a successful secretary is?

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anticipation - the answer was given to me after I gave a different answer. I was told legal secretaries should be able to know what the attorneys need before being asked. Less

Over the years, one thing that I have constantly learned is whatever you do in life, whether it is work,home or self you have to be on top of the things. Prioritize, structure what is important and needs your immediate attention and then then go for it. Knowing and prioritizing will pave a path to success and getting things done. Less

American Automobile Association (AAA)

What would you do if 2 attorneys asked for different tasks, at the same time and both had the same filing deadline?

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I said I would prioritize, if possible. I would get both tasks done completed, no problem working under pressure. Less

State Farm

Give an example of a time when you gave great customer service.

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Be specific. I was a litigation paralegal before, so my "customer service" was handling needy clients. I picked one I recalled that needed extra hand holding and that I made myself available for as I felt like I gave her what she needed. Less

U.S. Senate

What policy area would you consider your specialty?

CryptoMize

When can you join and what are your expectations

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Within a week, I can join the company 30,000/month with HRA, PF and medical insurance Less

I can join ASAP my expectations willing to take work with company that allows my skills to grow . Less

I want to join ASAP .

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Jenzabar
Legal was asked...April 27, 2022

Do you have experience with something that was not in the job description.

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No

No

No I do not.

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Reed Smith

What credentials do you have that qualifies you for this job?

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Mary, your answer is not helpful to others.

Attprneys?

I am bringing my Executive/Legal AA Degree fr this position ..I work well with Attprneys as well Executive ..I worked both and love both Less

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OpenText
Legal was asked...February 10, 2017

They arranged telephone interview with HR. Sent 20 mins telling me what a great company it is, and how I would be a great fit. Then ambushed me by saying they would not take things any further unless I agreed my salary there and then. Would not tell me what they were offering, would not give me an hour to research and come back to them with a figure (despite saying there was a great bonus scheme and many other benefits etc, which obviously one would need to consider - no legal dept salary info on Glassdoor). Refused to tell me why they were doing this, and if they thought refusing to negotiate with someone who is applying for a job where negotiation is part of the jobspec is sensible. Absolutely absurd behavioiur

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Told them I wasn't going to be forced to making a salary commitment on the basis of 20 mins of sales spiel. They then terminated the call. Can only conclude they are wasting everyone's time by disingenuously using applicants for market mapping or similar. Idiotic company, certainly would not work for any company behaving like this. Less

Hi. It sounds like you may have got the wrong end of the stick here. They would have been asking you what your current salary is (so that they know they can at least match that) before progressing. This way they are not going to be wasting your time if their range was way out. There would still have been the normal salary negotiation at the end when they actually moved to offer stage. Both of these are fairly normal practice for every company. Less

Hi. It sounds like you may have got the wrong end of the stick here. They would have been asking you what your current salary is (so that they know they can at least match that) before progressing. This way they are not going to be wasting your time if their range was way out. There would still have been the normal salary negotiation at the end when they actually moved to offer stage. Both of these are fairly normal practice for every company. Less

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Kavak

Are you familiar about UAE laws

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Wasted my time in answering the question

Yeah I do definitely

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Law Offices of Michael S. Lamonsoff

What experience do I have with insurance carriers? What is my familiarity and comprehension of certain computer programs?

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