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Thomas J. Henry.

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Thomas J. Henry. Reviews

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Based on the reviews of Thomas J. Henry Law, PLLC, it appears that the firm is a great place to work for experienced attorneys and staff. The firm offers a decent work environment, healthy work/life balance, and excellent benefits and perks like frequent outings and a holiday party. The training program provided by the firm sets employees up for success, though some reviewers suggest that the software training could be more in-depth. However, the only negative reviews come from those who experienced rude and unavailable management who reprimanded them in public and treated them like children. Despite this, the overall feedback of the firm is positive and suggests that it is a great place to work.

"Attorney- review" - Anonymous

- Reviewed on May 06, 2023

Cons: 10+ hrs a day in office plus 1 week on call 24/7 every month or 2 months. Lack of flexibility. As attorney you need authorization on how to proceed in every case that you have.

Partners to Avoid and Why: Some of them believe they are super smart and better that the attorneys. My manager was really nice. Too much bureaucracy.

Current or former employee?: Current Employee

Job type: Full time

"It pains me to leave a negative review for this Thomas J. Henry, but I cannot in good conscience endorse their services based on my experience and the experiences of others." - Anonymous

- Reviewed on Mar 14, 2023

Cons: 1.0 Former EmployeeLike Austin, this firm is growing too fast!Oct 24, 2022 - Attorney Pros1. aggressive representation of clients 2. scale of firm, numerous locations 3. exhaustive training of young lawyers 4. top trial lawyers actually went to courtCons1. management was thin, and uncaring most of the time 2. expansion based on local advertising markets, too rapid 3. cases accepted despite poor facts, and not a commercially viable case 4. actions didn't match firm ""values"" as stated in trainingAdvice to Managementslow down growth, improve middle-management

Current or former employee?: Former Employee

Last Year at Employer: 2022

Job type: Full time

"I won't work at Thomas J. Henry. Read through these reviews of the firm from other sites" - Anonymous

- Reviewed on Feb 01, 2023

Cons: 1.0 Former Employee Good money but you will not be developed into a top attorney. Dec 11, 2022 - Attorney in San Antonio, TX Pros Good money if you sell your soul and undersettle for a paycheck. Cons No one knows what they are doing especially management. You will get wrong advice from a supervisor who has never been in front of a Bexar County Judge for a personal injury matter. You will waste your best years working tirelessly for a man who doesn't even know you exist. You will be brainwashed into thinking you are working for a good firm that obtains great results. Instead, TJH headlines the lowest verdicts consistently (verdict search). Advice to Management Stop wasting your life for someone who doesn't care about you.1.0 Former Employee, less than 1 year Worst possible environment Nov 18, 2022 - Associate Attorney in San Antonio, TX Pros The work itself is good and resources are avaioable. Cons The upper managers rule by fear and intimidation The two highest managers including the owner curse at employees routinely. It is close to working for the KGB as I could imagine. Employees there think and talk about leaving constantly. Turnover at the firm is epidemic and they don't care. Advice to Management Treat people decently and with respect. Management by fear and bullying generates no loyalty or respect.1.0 No a good place to work Intake Specialist (Current Employee) - Guaynabo, PR - July 7, 2022 No benefits no over time pay. No opportunity to grow. They disrespect your privacy they will go to your social media they will instigated you. Human resource they don't do their job

Current or former employee?: Former Employee

Last Year at Employer: 2022

Job type: Full time

"Selling Your Soul for a Paycheck: Negative Experience at a Disorganized and Unethical Law Firm" - Anonymous

- Reviewed on Jan 27, 2023

Cons: "During my time at the Thomas J. Henry., it became clear that the firm prioritizes profits over ethical and fair practices. While the pay was good, it came at the cost of settling for less than deserved and compromising one's principles. The management and supervisors were disorganized and gave wrong advice, particularly when it came to personal injury cases in Bexar County. The firm's culture brainwashed employees into thinking they were working for a reputable and successful company, when in reality it consistently had low verdicts.Working for this firm was a waste of time and energy, as the management did not value or even acknowledge the hard work of its employees. My advice to management would be to re-evaluate their practices and prioritize ethics and fair treatment of employees over profit."

Current or former employee?: Former Employee

Last Year at Employer: 2019

Job type: Full time

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