Corporate business that’s not there for their employees
Case Manager (Former Employee) – Jackson, MS – January 15, 2018
If you are in a more important position at the firm, the stress is Unbelievable. There’s so much micromanaging and as a case manger you are expected to jobs, attorneys at other firms handle. You do all the work and while they get all the money. You will get benefits of trip if you meet the quota. And you do get a bonus for the work that you do. But that requires an extrordinary amount of work that the attorney should be doing for not even 1% of what they make off the case you worked. You are expected to work 8+ hours in the office and then more when you get home. You will juggle over 100 cases on your own and when you mess up the attorney is fined money. That’s on your hands and bye bye bonuses you work for you. This is subject to the attorney you work for of course. Some are nicer than others and understand you’re human. But they do not have a training system. You are thrown in the fire and expected to catch on and then they’re surprised if you make a mistake. Also your pay is lower than average. How else will the big dogs get rich, if they’re paying you what you deserve? But remember - morgan and Morgan is for the money. If you’re not pulling your hair out to make them money, then you’re not going to keep your job. I did love the friendships you make along the way, it was the only hard thing about finding a new job was leaving them.
Free parking, benefits, making friends.