Legacy Partners is no longer the good company it once was.
Pros: good salary and manageable commute.
Cons: increased inequility between management and employees, management not looking out for interest of company, lack of transparency
Legacy Partners which went through a separation from its parent company, Dallas based, Lincoln Property Company, in 1998, has retained many aspects of a complex accounting structure it had inherited. Over the years with progressive responsibility, I've become one of but a handful of accountants who understand the company's high level, partners accounting. I had enjoyed the challenging assignments and independent work environment afforded me. However, with the economic downturn and the need to cut costs, the company has eliminated several clerical positions and have implemented, without thorough evaluation, an on-line payable system, which in essence spreads the clerical duties previously performed by A/P clerks to pretty much every one in the middle management. The many rounds of cutback have also resulted in an increasingly divisive and demoralizing work atmosphere.