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2020-11-02 17:02:14
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Awful management, terrible company to work for
It's very important for prospective employees of Law360 to know about the behavior of management toward its employees prior to applying for work at the company. In 2015, it came to light that management had tricked its entry-level editorial employees into signing non-compete agreements. I say "tricked" because the employees were not told about these agreements during the hiring process, or at any time thereafter. This became an issue after the company got an ex-employee fired from Reuters, where she had moved to take another reporting job. After the policy came to light, the editorial employees were livid, and demanded that management rescind the policy, which management refused to do. The issue became so heated the New York Attorney General launched an investigation into the company, an investigation that concluded with a court order demanding that Law360 discontinue the practice of shouldering entry-level employees with non-compete agreements. By this point, the employees, of their own volition, had started a movement to unionize the workplace, which they succeeding in doing in the summer of 2016. Rather than acknowledge the union, management brought in union-busting attorneys, dug in its heels and decided to fight its employees over their right to be represented in employment negotiations. What I've described is the most egregious bit of behavior from a management team that at every turn has displayed that it regards its employees at best as interchangeable drones, or else as a potential threat to be managed. The lack of respect between management and employees, and just the simple lack of communication, made Law360 a hellacious place to work. If you're a journalist, or looking to launch a career in journalism, I would strongly recommend looking elsewhere. Law360's toxic reputation, and its maltreatment of its employees, ensures that any early to mid-career journalist will be setting him or herself at a disadvantage by working for the company. The management at Law360 cannot be trusted.

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