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David Montlick

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2020-11-09 04:47:18
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Get Your Experience and Get Out
Where to begin... I suppose the main root of Montlick's problems are from poor management and no HR department. You will encounter rampant discrimination while working here. Everyone that's been there for awhile is aware of it, and everyone is very aware of management's delight in stirring things up. While there are many perfectly pleasant people that work here, the overall system seems to reward workers that are loyal to the firm. So if you gossip, snitch, spread rumors, act rude to anybody with a criticism then you are looked upon favorably. As for the work, about 80% of the case work is done by the assistants. But you will get a fraction of what the attorneys are paid (assistants are cheap labor!). Despite the low pay, assistants are made to take the blame for anything that goes wrong with a case. For example, the attorneys avoid taking their clients' calls at all costs. Once my assigned attorney refused to speak to one of the clients for months, and I would constantly try to get the attorney to talk to the client (even another assistant stepped in and asked the attorney to call the client). No success, and after awhile, the client got fed up (understandably) and contacted our management. Management placed all the blame me. When I explained how I had been trying for months, they didn't care. I soon noticed that management always sides with attorneys; I guess it just comes down to who is bringing in the money. Attorneys are allowed to lie, throw tantrums, and curse at assistants. It's embarrassing to work at a place that allows people to behave like this. Then there's the blatant nepotism. Almost an entire family works at the firm, and the favoritism for them and their buddies is very apparent (they even have a catchy term for the family's entitlement, which I won't share... but frankly it's just unprofessional and strange). Then there's the woman that hazes all the new people at the firm for their first 2 years. The list goes on with the amount of ridiculousness that you will have to put up with here. It's like being trapped in horrific episode of The Office.

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    : http://www.montlick.com
    : Chief Executive Officer & Founder
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