Food Associate (Current Employee) – Muskogee, OK – December 5, 2017
Depending on the day it's usually a good time making pizza's and talking with your coworker and getting everything cleaned and stocked and it's a friendly environment. The manager is awesome, she's very helpful.
Paralegal (Former Employee) – Hartford, CT – June 20, 2016
This opportunity was great for the first 3 years and I really enjoyed working here. A typical day at work consisted of updating the clients in our client based websites on a daily basis of all of our files. It was very fast paced in the first 3 years and then started to slow. There is extreme favortism showed at this firm and if you go against any of the favorites you will begin to have issues. The main boss will curse at you and yell at you in front of everyone, very low moral and very high turn over. This place always had positions to fill and was never at full capacity due to the poor reputation. The work was enjoyable and interesting but this company is run by people who are related and very biased and unwilling to accept change.
paid 30 minute lunch break
Not professional / bullying at work / not alot of paid time off
Mechanical Engineer (Current Employee) – Washington, PA – June 13, 2016
HGA has a lot of great engineers and designers but the wrong ones are in leadership positions. These engineers have terrible interpersonal skills and lack the experience to motivate and lead their team.
Paralegal (Current Employee) – Hartford, CT – October 15, 2015
Maintaining and following up on files that have been assigned to me. Overview of Mortgages, Notes, Titles, Assignments & Loss Mitt Affidavits. Making sure all of my clients are up to date with new referrals that come in daily. Making sure the Note is properly Endorsed the correct way. Getting files ready to move to the drafter so that the complaint can be done.
IT COMPUTER OPERATOR (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – October 3, 2015
Easy relaxed working environment. All IT staff were friendly and easy to work with. We had yearly bonus and raise. Great Christmas parties. My manager was a cool dude. My work schedule was flexible and there was plenty of overtime.
Free coffee, tea, hot chocolate. Free parking in .downtown Philly
There is limited growth opportunity at Hunt Leibert. There is not an emphasis on training people or developing particular skill sets. This is partly a function of the residential foreclosure industry which focuses on quantity instead of quality. This is a difficult place to build a career, although some people have managed to do ok.
A very challenging company to work for, extremely lacking in management and creativity
Landscape Architect (Current Employee) – Horseheads, NY – April 17, 2013
The company has a limited pallet of projects that are related to the profession of landscape architecture. As a result it is necessary to be extremely versatile as to what might one be doing in the sense of production in any given day.