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Chicago, IL
501 to 1000 employees
1878
Company - Private
Business Services
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
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The American Bar Association (ABA) doesn't have anything to do with alcohol, except maybe defending drunken drivers. The ABA promotes improvements in the American justice system and develops guidelines for the advancement of the legal profession and education ... Read more

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    Culture, benefits, autonomy, reputation, opportunity for growth

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    Pay and diversity are the only cons here

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American Bar Association Interviews

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    I applied online. I interviewed at American Bar Association (Chicago, IL).

    Interview

    Phone interview with Inner recruiter/HR went very well. The interview process took a little over an hour in person and I thought, went very well. Spoke with two different people about the position and had the opportunity to ask questions. It was very conversational, yet professional. Everything was going well, said they would follow up.. Fast forward three months later. I still hadn't heard a word. One more month goes by and randomly I received a form email from the company stating that they had gone in a different direction. I had clearly assumed that by now. Just do not leave potential applicants hanging like that. I believe that every company should let someone know, either way, within a month.

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American Bar Association Awards & Accolades

  • Best Employers for Latinos to Work for, Latinos for Hire, 2008

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