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The people are excellent here, overall very supportive and down-to-earth - makes for a good work environment. The compensation though is behind market in both base salary and bonuses. While national leadership is strong, department management is very poor. At the end of the day, it's all about the bottom-line - like all big firms they are good at bringing people in just to burn them out. No real interest in changing.
Good people, market healthcare benefits
Low work-life balance, behind on compensation
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I loved working at a place where the leadership modeled the excellence they expected from the staff. Their leading by example generated a culture of collaboration, cohesion, and success. Everyone was treated as equals albeit the Lawyers or the support staff and this why this firm is so successful. I highly recommend working here if you can get a position.
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They want you to believe their is growth, if you are willing to give up your entire social life. For a company that considers inclusion and women's rights to be so important, I have never seen such a company be so adamant about account for every minute away from the desk, penalizing people with personal scolding for calling out to be home with family, and the expectation to put the company ahead of anyone and anything else to chase a dollar. Some people prefer to just make a livable wage and get home at a decent hour. If that is your plan, do not apply here. If you are a new graduate looking to make awesome connections, learn the industry and put in serious hours to create a foundation for your career, then apply. That is all.
free lunch after attorneys eat
trade your down time to make more money, or settle for the percentage raise.
Unless you are destitute and absolutely need a job don't go to Dentons. The entire firm is a mess. They are so concentrated on being the world's biggest firm that they have forgotten quality over quantity. This firm is a nightmare.
A lot of free food.
Worst management EVER.
Horrible managing partners in the Phoenix Office. Run, don't walk away from these folks. Uptight, unfriendly and and assumptive people. You will need to read minds with little information to possibly survive. Turn over is high. Will be told "it just isn't working out" with no details.
You will need to be a mind reader to survive with little information.
I was very excited to be offered the position to work at Dentons. I would work with the very established and successful healthcare team. The position was developed under very unusual circumstances and did not evolve as hoped (i.e., there were 2 people in a duplicate role).
Friendly and great team.
Dentons is a good place to work. A typical day provides opportunity for learning, sharing, and growing professionally. The management is interested and committed to creating a productive work environment where employees are valued and appreciated. The mission and goal is to maximize on the diversity and talent employees bring to the Firm.The most enjoyable aspect of the job is the belief there is potential for growth and that your colleagues are all interested in the well-being of you as an individual as well as, the Firm.
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Depending on your position at the Firm your experience can be different. However there is no moral at the Firm nor is there a balanced life. Expect to work 10+ hours a day with zero appreciation for the time you are putting in. Management here is a joke, their priorities are completely backwards and their desire to keep employees happy is non existent.