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Anonymous shared this review of Axiom Law, United States on Sep 12th, 2019
"Demanding hours. You have to meet monthly goals that could never be accomplished in a 40 hour work week. its a salaried position so there is no overtime and the salary doesnt nearly justify the long hours. I had to go in the office every weekend sat and sun to make my quota and i often had to leave late. Also they say they only hire attorneys but the work has nothing to do with law. you're basically a juiced up eeo investigator and conduct employee interview investigations and write reports all day. High turnover and the owners and managers are not appreciative"
Anonymous shared this review of Axiom Law on Aug 20th, 2018
"keep your other options open at the same time. this model., though industry-breaking, is not consistent and won't necessarily start or continue with any regularity. This may be ok for many, but be aware."
Anonymous shared this review of Axiom Law on Sep 22nd, 2017
"If you are a good self-negotiator, it can offer a lot to a woman who needs to set her own terms--as long as you can handle the uncertainty of contract work."
Anonymous shared this review of Axiom Law on Sep 12th, 2017
"Very political, people will exploit a new mom's maternity leave to marginalize her within the organization."
Anonymous shared this review of Axiom Law on Mar 21st, 2016