Flexible hours. Casual dress code. I had an amazing boss. Fun environment. Easy to move up in position if you work hard. Employee recognition.
The benefits were not that great. A lot of not-so-great office politics. Compensation was not very good. Raises were not good. Bonuses were not that great either.
Advice to Management
My advice to management would be to make sure you don't hire people with a lot of drama in their personal life. Oftentimes employees would bring it with them in to work.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at McCarthy & Holthus.
Applied online and the interview was scheduled via email. I wasn't told who I would be interviewing with. I arrived and met with two attorneys. The first seemed very frazzled and didn't ask a lot of questions, he more filled me in on the company. The second did the same and had a few basic questions. One thing I did not like is that I was told I was going to be working with these people if I accepted and once I did accept I was put under different people. Had I interviewed with them in the first place I never would have accepted the job. But once you accept, quit a job, etc... there is an investment. In hindsight I should have left as soon as this happened. I recommend getting this confirmed in writing if you get an offer.
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