By Guest Blogger: M.R.
1. On the first day you find out that the last person they hired quit on Day 2 (of training).
2. You aren't allowed to keep the company handbook because...um...it's expensive and the company goes through A LOT of them.
3. No malpractice insurance.
4. Someone in charge refers to lying to the IRS about the amount of
rent a client pays per month as "tax planning" (umm no it's really not)
5. Even other lawyers at the company who are seemingly well-adjusted and have been there for months talk about quitting.
**LawDegreeFail's Opinion: M.R. is a tax attorney that recently decided to resign from her position. Knowing her personally, I can safely say that it was definitely the right thing to do. While all new jobs cause a certain amount of stress, there is a limit. When deciding if the job is right for you, go with your gut-feeling. You do not and should not put up with employers treating you like crap.