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Employees rate Washington 37.3% lower than the overall average
Flexible, great people, family friendly. Generally well-respected in the marketplace but seems to have lost its technological edge over the last few years. Great option for recovering lawyers looking to do something legally-oriented but not practising law. Are non-legal sides of the company, too.
Constant change; has grown quickly and in many directions and can sometimes be challenging to know what's going on in other parts of the company. This leads to it also being difficult to learn about new products & services - often the customers know about things before employees do. The market for online information has evolved (understatement!) greatly and more change is to come - don't come here if you aren't comfortable with uncertainty.
Advice to Management
Part of "listening to the customer" is listening to your own reps who work every day with the customer - if you are looking to create something or change something, ASK US. Most of us started to work here after being LexisNexis customers ourselves, so we can give you a good amount of input without hiring outside analysts and consultants!
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at LexisNexis Legal & Professional (Washington, DC) in January 2011.
Longer interview process. Took 4 interviews with time in between. First stage is an initial phone interview, then that moves into an in person interview with a manager. If that goes well you will have to do a field ride or 2 and that will turn into a final meeting with the Vp of sales. If all that goes well you should receive the job.