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Anonymous shared this review of Jones Day, United States on Nov 19th, 2020
"The structure is hierarchical. Facetime is expected. Not much flexibility for working from home even if your position doesn’t have a lot of in-person meetings. "
Anonymous shared this review of Jones Day on Nov 27th, 2016
"I don't recommend working at Jones Day, but not for issues relating to being female. As far as big law firms go, I think it's probably reasonably family-friendly. "
Anonymous shared this review of Jones Day on Aug 3rd, 2016
"Great maternity leave benefits, but not great support upon return from leave. Probably depends who you work for, but I haven't seen it go well. Black box compensation model also provides ample opportunity for discrimination--I've seen up to $25K discrepancy between men/women in the same class. Again, could be the person/group you work for, but the institution does nothing to protect women from that kind of behavior. Also, I've seen three separate sexual harassment complaints (male partner, female associate) in the last five years that resulted in the woman being asked to leave."
Anonymous shared this review of Jones Day on May 9th, 2016
"Superficially, this firm has attractive women's programs. They also have women in leadership positions. However, as a practical matter, advancement of women, particularly women who have had children, doesn't match the P.R. materials."
"The opportunities here appear to be the same for men and for women. There are many women in leadership roles, which demonstrates the firm's commitment to equality."
"Overall a good company for women, but I do believe given it's size you have to be proactive about asking for desired professional opportunities."
"They just bumped their maternity leave policy to 18 weeks paid, which is the longest I've seen offered by Big Law. (Prior to the bump, it was 12 weeks paid.)"
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