I worked at Oliff Berridge full-time (Less than a year)
It was a great place to work for the most part. If they see potential in you, they'll push you to go hire and will definitely promote you. Most of the people working there were great, too, although I noticed that the longer they had worked there, the more disgruntled they were.
Everything is in the hands of a small panel of members (partners) and they seem to make decisions arbitrarily, giving far too much thought to the reputation of the firm (which actually isn't that good) and not nearly enough attention to the needs and reasonable requests of their employees.
Advice to Management
Take Jim Oliff off the EC and give the running of the firm to the younger Members.
I applied through a staffing agency. I interviewed at Oliff Berridge.
I received a call to interview. it was a one day process where they tested me on my typing speed, ability to recognize incorrect spellings comparison test, and microsoft word. After I met their standards, i waiting in the oval room and was interviewed by the HR and then the supervisor i would be working for
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