Great colleagues and interesting work overshadowed by poor management
A typical day is coming into the office and looking at the rota at which task you could be allocated. This could be prepping for court, bundling case files, logging media or updating past hearings and completing tasks.
The work does vary and you can be rota'd on a number of jobs which is good as you never quite know which task you will be doing; which keeps it interesting.
Line managers are lovely and have your absolute best interests at heart. Further above, management are focussed on numbers and facts and figures and do not see you as a person; but as a "thing" to allocate some tasks too.
I enjoy working here however do add the caveat that if you would be against micro-management this may not be the workplace for you.
Good annual leave, flexi-leave, decent salary, good colleagues
Micro-management from above, not always obvious progression