DLA Piper
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About the company

  • Founded
    2005
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £730k to £4m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Legal Services
  • Headquarters
    New York, NY
  • Link
    DLA Piper website
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Secretary in Leeds
on 13 July 2022
Fab company, poor individual management
I lLoved the role and company, however fell short with the team I was in as I felt isolated and treat unfairly by a team member and the manager. This led to severe stress and anxiety which caused me to be off sick for a while and later led to my resignation. Given the opportunity to work in another team/dept, I would still be with the company today.
Credit Controller in Manchester / Liverpool
on 16 November 2022
Toxic work place!!
From the very begginging it was clear that there was a rift between Liverpool and Manchester credit control teams although they are managed by the same higher management. This caused a lot of unwanted drama and unnecessary rivalry. The Manchester team was relatively new when I joined and including the team leader, I can confirm 4 people as well as myself, have now left the Manchester team within a year. The middle management I would say are the most vindictive, back-stabbing and two-faced as there is a lot of finger pointing and blaming taking no responsibility when things don't go as planned and within both teams there is no real 'team bond' what so ever.Impossible targets given from management and made to feel really guiltily for not completing them.Unnecessary teams calls/meetings which disturb the momentum of the work flow. Utter Shambles.Would not recommend to anyone.
Associate in London, Greater London
on 28 October 2022
Awful management / Dinosaurs
It seems your credentials take a back seat. They only support each other and equally look after each other.If you’re not crawling up everyone then don’t expect any advancement or opportunities. Even if you are amazing at your role always expect to be micromanaged whether you are an associate or secretary. Management don’t seem to have enough work so make it up as they go along. No learning and development, not flexible, left us all till the last minute for us to “wfh” due to Covid, even now it is frowned upon even though we have a policy.
Senior Secretary in Birmingham
on 11 June 2022
Fabulous Employers
I work in a secretarial hub which was new to me. Its a great way of working, I feel very supported and included in everything. The training offered us excellent. We are encouraged to get involved. I'm fully supported as a working mother and allowed to organise my days around my needs. The benefits are great; free breakfast, chef prepared lunches, free fruit, health insurance, holiday purchase scheme.
Anti Money Laundering Analyst in Sheffield
on 18 April 2022
Good place to work
The only reason I am leaving is because of childcare and their inability to adjust my working hours and remote hours- they are quite rigid with working on site

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