Holland & Knight ranked 142 out of 175 in a survey rating midlevel associates' satisfaction nationwide. "There is no leadership, and those in charge are completely unresponsive to associate needs," one associate wrote. But good news came in Miami, where the firm finished first among six firms in associate satisfaction. And recently, the firm has tried to better focus its professional training and improve mentoring and communication in its offices, says Adolfo Jimenez, the partner in charge of recruiting.
Holland & Knight Surprised by Low Marks From Associates
Daily Business Review
January 26, 2007
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