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My job seems to have a constant turn-around. It's difficult to keep employees in the role because of some people in leadership. The firm is inclusive. They do talk a good game about not discriminating against people with mental illness but in reality will seek to terminate you. The support staff are treated as second class. Some senior staff were demanding and lacked empathy.
Pay, benefits, perks, a lot of good people
Demanding, arrogant leadership on my department.
I would be very weary of joining this firm. Poor compensation compared to smaller US firms. Toxic work environment. Disorganized environment. Horrible IT, whose problems are blamed on the Attorneys. Shoddy expense reimbursements that you have to fight tooth and nail for. Poor management who doesn't have a clue. No real future with competing US Immigration firms upgrading their client management software and providing far better service. Avoid this, especially if you have to move.
Management, Toxic Work environment, Misrepresentation on work, no real growth
The growth at a manager position here from manager to senior manager is 4 years. So you are going to be stuck at a Manager level. Since I joined in Audit, there is no work life balance from Jan - March. Basically you are slogging 12-14 hours everyday
The culture in the audit group supports learning and development, and you work with strong professionals and teams. The nature of the audit practice does make it stressful due to varying project deadlines, timelines, and the increasingly expanding assurance requirements but the firm has been taking positive steps in order to reduce the overtime burden during the busier periods, but staff turnover remains a challenge.
Flexibility, opportunities, team culture, training, network of professionals and resources
Unpaid overtime, conflicting time and client pressures, work/life balance challenges
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The culture of this company was very shady, however with this being said I was able to learn emergency repair technique on various systems mainly because service was refused from various trades. The experience was invaluable in my opinion and I do not regret working here.