Mahoney Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Mahoney: A Novel - In this compelling, richly researched novel, author Andrew Joyce tells a story of determination and grit as the Mahoney clan fights to gain a foothold in America. From the first page to the last, fans of Edward Rutherfurd and W. Michael Gear will enjoy this riveting, historically accurate tale of adventure, endurance, and hope.

Ian mentioned, "Mahoney has a rather unsophisticated style of writing with simple dialogue and description. An attempt to portray the Irish as “hard” done to in Ireland and the USA. While no doubt they had difficulties it does get a bit tiresome. The story lines were adequate but predictable and the characters very often too good to be true."


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Paralegal (Former Employee) says

"1) The team I worked with were very immature. They prefer you suck up than to prove yourself as a diligent and effective employee. If the supervisor and other employees did not like you as a person, they found ways to sabotage you and have you terminated. Management SHOULD be more professional and LEAD instead of being buddies with subordinates. 2) What happened to privacy outside of the workplace? First week in, I was told by supervisor that she was searching for me on Facebook. 3) Also, management discussed former employees negatively to new hires; very High school environment. This behavior is a disgusting representation of the firm by the actions of its employees."

Senior Billing Coordinator (Former Employee) says

"Nepotism .....just way to many family members getting and not working and making other employees uncomfortable !! I would only recommend a person that's related."

Client Paralegal (Former Employee) says

"My position was more data management with legal knowledge instead of paralegal. My billing rate was unattainable. Management was less educated and experienced than the staff. Cons: Staff is treated as 2nd level workers and often looked over."

Legal Secretary (Former Employee) says

"Management was not fair. HR tended to side with the attorneys in all instances, even knowing they were wrong. There were instances where Associates went to HR and told blatant lies on secretaries and instead of HR investigating, they took the side of the attorney stating, that "'it's their word against the secretary" and refused to do anything about it."

Legal Secretary (Former Employee) says

"Unfortunately, I only worked there temporarily, so I cannot fairly rate the company. It was an average-type of law firm. Some attorneys were very friendly, and some weren't."

Legal Secretary (Former Employee) says

"The litigation department left to work for another firm. The work environment at the time was stressful. They ended up downsizing. When I was hired they already had a lot of empty offices and desks. I should have known then that something was wrong with the office. Cons: they were downsizing."

Litigation Paralegal (Current Employee) says

"Management is non-existent. The supervisor is a bully. Moral is at an all time low. Paralegals are paid significantly less than a secretary and they do 110% more work and have a college education. Cons: Overworked, underpaid. Bad management."

Client Paralegal (Current Employee) says

"My co-workers are a wonderful bunch of people to work with. On a typical day at work I usually hit the ground running, there is no time for relaxing there is work to be done! Overall this law firm is a great place to begin a career but there is no room for advancement."

Paralegal (Former Employee) says

"Segal McCambridge was a second home and family to me for 16 years. I was fortunate to have been granted many great opportunities, including decision making and management of large teams and projects. I truly valued my experience there."

Office Services Coordinator (Former Employee) says

"Good place to work, however some employees and co-workers were difficult to work with. Not everyone was qualified enough to work in the department, and had no desire to learn computer skills or additional training that was much needed."