Mission: To become the undisputed leader in filing and legal document distribution in all 50 states, and our company is a verb people use to describe the scope of services we provide. Our customers and employees are all raving loyal fans of our company and our culture. When you walk into ...
I have been working at ABC Legal Services full-time (More than 3 years)
Location - downtown Seattle near public transportation
People - the office is 100+ people and all types of personalities exist . . .you'll find your people somewhere here
Opportunity - this is the company headquarters location, so all job types and opportunities exist: accounting, HR, IT, Sales, Marketing, Customer Service, Fulfillment. I've seen people advance to basically all types of jobs. The best opportunity is to take on your first management job - ABC promotes almost exclusively from within the company, so if you come in, do a solid job, and show an interest in management then chances are exceedingly high that you'll become a manager.
Free Lunch - every two weeks lunch is catered in, donuts arrive weekly it seems, fruit is free and available, and espresso machine makes good and free drinks - so basically I'm wired and fed just fine.
Overtime - just about any time you need extra money you can commit to working Saturday
Atmosphere - the office itself is nice, you can where basically whatever you want (I've seen pajamas), and other than a lot of work nothing is too stressful
Relentless work volume, it's good and not so good, on the bright side I'm never bored.
New management - most managers are pretty new . . . also presents an opportunity if you want to get into a management position you can probably get there within a year . . . but because management is promoted from within there are instances where new managers are not great.
Training - new employees can struggle to learn and the learning curve is somewhat complex
I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at ABC Legal Services (Dallas, TX) in December 2016.
I applied online and within two weeks of submitting my application, I received a call to schedule an interview. On the day of my interview, I arrived to the office with 10 minutes to spare and was offered a drink while I waited for my interviewer to come back from lunch. After waiting for about 5 mins, he comes into the office and escorted me to a back room, along with a woman to conduct the interview. One thing that caught me off guard was the fact that they didn't have an actual chair for me to sit in-- instead, I sat on an exercise ball to conduct my interview. I felt as though that set the tone for how the interview would go (lol).. The interview was very straightforward-- no situational or behavioral type questions were asked. It was a very informal, casual conversation and then I had the chance to ask a few questions. My interview lasted all of 20 mins and I was told I should hear something back before the holidays. Overall, it was a pleasant experience and everyone in the office was very welcoming.
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