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International Research Analyst – new

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Mathematica seeks research analysts committed to contributing to the evidence base of what works to improve a range of outcomes in developing country… Glassdoor

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Contracts Specialist

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Mathematica is a nationally recognized research organization that conducts social policy studies on health care, disability, education, welfare… Glassdoor

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Director - Advanced Analytics

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    Level of incompetence and unprofessionalism in management is blatant

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    Current Employee - Survey Researcher II in Princeton, NJ
    Current Employee - Survey Researcher II in Princeton, NJ

    I have been working at Mathematica Policy Research full-time (more than 10 years)


    Co workers are encouraging , work is enjoyable.


    Lack of respect for employees , especially at their SOC building . On one of my trips to drop off materials for a training , I was met with one of the survey center managers screaming at an employee , I quickly past them . After I set up materials and was getting ready to leave this same manager went out of her way to make small conversation and get a sense of my reaction . In an effort to change the opinion of her held after witnessing that event . I have met and worked with a number of staff there with different projects throughout the years . Walking through there is morbid the office furniture is old and worn . The tiny cubicles are outdated and depressing . I noticed the excitement at training when the old chairs from one of our training rooms were brought over . The staff there for the training didn't know it was recycled until the supervisor was asked and told them . The room took on a different flavor at that point , paramount to a slap in the face , your not good enough for new furniture .

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    Treat all your employees with respect , and perhaps more SUPRISE visits should be paid to the SOC from senior staff HQ . No announcements , just walk in and observe . You will be shocked more often then not, by what you see .

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