Work wellbeing score is 60 out of 100
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Work wellbeing score is Low, 60 out of 100


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JF Law is a firm of personal injury solicitors who specialise in accidents at work and road traffic accidents....

JF Law is a firm of personal injury solicitors who specialise in accidents at work and road traffic accidents.

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Rating is calculated based on 36 reviews and is evolving.

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Case handler in Liverpool, Merseyside
on 10 May 2020
Some good some bad
The below review has definitely been done by a manager. Absolute load of rubbish and quite clearly in response to the previous negative reviews. Fakest thing I’ve ever seen
First Response Advisor in Liverpool City Centre, Merseyside
on 21 October 2023
Terrible workplace and management.
awful management who take no interest whatsoever in their new ‘employees’. Walked into room multiple times we were training in and no introduction. Very easy to see why when my training was terminated 4 days in not even having done the proper claims handling work.Evident favouritism and even got warned by a few people to leave before they get rid of me. Don’t waste your time on this company ESPE...
First Response Advisor in Liverpool City Centre, Merseyside
on 2 July 2023
A waste of time
They will have you in a humid room, tell you that a bunch of bonuses are to be paid out and how well you can do, only to let you go after three days of live training because no claims had been taken on, the "wrong questions" being asked. It's honestly a joke, there's the same people being fed fresh claims all the time and the same people getting away with doing nothing. Honestly a two faced compan...
First Response Unit in Liverpool, Merseyside
on 4 May 2023
Avoid if Possible
I worked at this place for over half a year and let me tell you, the place ISN'T FAIR at all. They pick favourites and feed claims (which you need to focus on getting if you want to keep your job) to those people. You get allocated enquiries that you are to pursue in order to try and get claims, and someone who has joined 5 minutes ago can be given much more recent enquiries. They also feed "fre...
Customer Service Advisor in Liverpool, Merseyside
on 20 January 2023
you're first day will co sister of training at the back of the room with a room divider between you and everyone else. you will have 1 day of training before they leave you to it. office facilities are a tiny fridge with a kettle on top and a disgusting microwave no one cleans. nowhere to make a cup of tea and staff leave their dishes everywhere in room with no windows you can open. management...

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