Norton Rose Fulbright
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Norton Rose Fulbright Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    1794
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    £18m to £73m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Law Firms
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Administrative Assistance

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 153 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Secretary in London, Greater London
on 15 January 2021
Fast paced environment to work
It’s an okay form if you are not worried about loyalty. Fast paced and hard working for little reward or thank you. Teams vary from one to another, face paced firm with change over.
Associate Solicitor in London, Greater London
on 24 March 2020
Fast-paced and collaborative workplace
The office would be buzzing as most of the transactions were fast-paced and required continuous monitoring. There was a sense of collaboration in the team as we would all work together on larger transactions. The work culture could be difficult at points due to long hours but the people were generally very understanding and driven which made for a fun experience.
Security Supervisor in London
on 25 September 2019
Dont Bother
I was employed as the Security Manager with a re-mit to improve the security dept and strive forward with new ideas. So i did, only to be stopped at every step. The HR dept is a joke. They are all scared of their own shadow. I discovered after a couple of days that one of my Officers did not have an SIA badge, compulsory by law in the security industry, so i sent him home. Only to be told by HR that i couldn't because they did not know if it was in his contract that he needed a badge, ridiculous. I was improving working conditions, shift patterns, new uniforms, the list was endless as the last manager sat back and did nothing. After all this this security team decided they didn't want to change and bleated to the wet HR department and made up a complete list of inaccuracies and i was let go. Avoid this place if you want to be a security manager as they already have one, or should i say 15 of them, in the security dept.
Global Project Manager in London Bridge Station, Greater London
on 1 May 2019
Hardworking and focussed but a good work life balance
Some days could be early starts and late finishes, others just the usual. The management structure is effective and allows a level of automomous work with checks and balances. The company is very social with regular get togethers and fun events. The hardest part of the job was the pressure to ensure delivery to a very high standard within timelines, the most enjoyable part was the recognition received for doing a good job.
Test Analyst (Contract) in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
on 21 March 2019
Rude Company- Never bothered to give a feedback of my interview.
Worst company ever. wasted all my time for the stupid interview process in newcastle. Glad i didn't get it. This shows the company culture and how they treat people.

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