Anonymous User wrote:What is the typical day, time wise? When do you usually get in and when do you leave? Do a lot do people work from home after a certain time?
I'm the midlevel who posted yesterday. I normally show up a little after 10 and leave around 9. A lot of people work from home if they don't have things they need to be there in person for and nobody seems to care. I often don't go to the office on Fridays. Since a lot of my work is with people in different offices, nobody even notices a lot of the time. There's an app so you can pick up your office line using your cell phone and they also give you the option of getting an actual landline for home and have your desk phone also ring there. As long as you're responsive and productive, you'll probably be fine. With that said, you don't want to be out of the norm for a team you're working with and if everyone else is in the office, you should expect to be there as well.
Anonymous User wrote:It's not uncommon to see group-wide emails asking about how people have handled situations with specific LPs, which just isn't feasible unless a firm represents hundreds of sponsors.
It is probably better if you didn't go around and admit in writing to violating NDAs. Just sayin'.
I, anonymous TLS user, freely admit that my attorneys at my law firm exchange information for the benefit of our clients. (To be clear though, I've never seen an NDA that would prohibit this and the confi provisions in fund LPAs are inapplicable).