Is your firm free of office politics and dickheads?
More than 1,100 people have responded within the first week of RollOnFriday's survey to determine the Best Law Firms to Work At 2023.
Satisfied respondents have given high marks to firms where "the leadership team are actually normal", where there are "just decent people, no dickheads", and where "it's welcoming and inclusive and there's little politics".
Others have punished their firms for being "led by donkeys, staffed by second rate lawyers", for having "a toxic dictatorship", and for "snatch squads" operating "silently but effectively...one contrary view and you are out".
The results will create the definitive index of the Best Law Firms to Work At 2023, eliciting cartwheels from Managing Partners at the top of the pile, and propelling the bosses who mistook their associates' howls of anguish for screams of joy through the five stages of Golden Turd grief: denial, anger, bargaining, painting smiles on the walls, and acceptance.
There are no external judges, no 100-page submissions from PR teams about the best deals, and no extra points for booking a £9,000 table at ROF's virtual awards ceremony.
Instead, it's decided by the people who work in the firm scoring how satisfied they are with the pay, the culture, the work/life balance, the management and the career development - so dive in today, and have your say.