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It seems partners are much more flexible with associates who have kids than with those who don’t. If it’s okay for my colleague with a kid to leave at 5 pm and log on later, why isn’t that the same for me (no kids)? My obligations might be different, but I still have a life and want to be able to do certain things, like catch that evening workout class or cook dinner for my partner. As you can probably tell, my firm is operating 100% in person. There is no point here — I’m just whining.
Can we start naming firms that are expecting associates to go back to the office five days a week with no wfh flexibility? And which firms are allowing associates to wfh with more flexibility post-pandemic? I hoped there would be a change to the general biglaw face time requirement but seems like some firms are going right back to 2019 standards.
- Former Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
There are some incredible attorneys to learn from and gain experience from. Many of the staff are knowledgeable and willing to help. If you want to expand your knowledge, there is a vast pool of resources to draw if you ask the right questions.
A lot of the senior management and partners are stuck in a rut and unwilling to listen to change. It can be definitely cut-throat at times, and you learn to watch your back by certain staff members as you will be thrown under the bus to make them look good.Continue reading
- Former Employee, more than 5 years★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Legacy, and some very smart people.
Short-sighted vision and culture of those now in leadership who are nearing retirement and making decisions to their benefit and to the detriment of the firm and younger lawyers.Continue reading