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Lovely staff within the branch, But nothing is good enough pushing for more from higher up. The hours are very long and draining doesn’t give you a work life balance 6 day weeks some weeks which can be very tiring and the wages are very poor for the long hours you work. deductions when you leave making it pointless for you to even work a notice as they take 700+ from your work for no valid reasons. I wouldn’t recommend working here as it’s not good for your lifestyle & definitely wouldn’t make you happy within yourself. All work no Time to yourself pretty poor
This is the worst place you could ever work for as a property lawyer or case progressor. During recruitment, they will feed you with so many lies but after you get the job you will realise how horrible it is. The training is poor, badly structured and the trainer is rude and unprofessional. Then after training the job itself is stressful so many calls with a poor system, unrealistic targets, the managers and supervisor got no people skills, they are fake and they will mistreat you. It's all about politics in there, lots of gossipping and if you can play the game you will have an OK life and promotion even if you're not good at the job but if you can't expect to be treated horribly
if you put in the work you get rewarded, if you work hard and do well you can progress Can be a great company for the right people , people are great and leadership supportive
Enjoyed the team and management of the team. Good training and opportunity to progress was encouraged. Friendly and not overly corporate for such a large company. Good hours and salary.
They bill the way they run things as a progressive legal firm and try to outshine other Conveyancing firms yet as they are so fixated on call centre style stats this process suffers. Misinformation and incorrect information given by people on the phone can damage a transaction and as many of the phone staff are not adequately trained up before they go live this is common.