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20 days ago

Associate Legal Counsel

Analysis Group Boston, MA

•Contracts – Work independently in drafting, reviewing and commenting on contracts (engagement letters, master consulting agreements, data vendor… Analysis Group

22 days ago

Health Economist/Biostatistician - Intern

Analysis Group Boston, MA

We are seeking candidates enrolled in a Ph.D. program for at least two years in health economics, biostatistics… Analysis Group

22 days ago

Conflict Analyst

Analysis Group Boston, MA

•Research requests for client conflict checks using Elite and other on-line resources, and assist in the identification of potential conflicts… Analysis Group

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Analysis Group President & CEO Martha S. Samuelson
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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Boston, MA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Boston, MA

    I worked at Analysis Group


    -some interesting technical cases
    -most seniors are understanding
    -personal growth investment from others
    -company events
    -lots of nice people
    -training programs have expanded and improved recently


    -some nice people are actually fake (which you will find out during your review)
    -some excruciating cases that you can't get off of
    -gossip culture office politics. free market labor results in highly political atmosphere. seniors and HR gossip a lot.
    -hour structure is billable. keeping record of how every minute is spent is awful
    -economic consulting is tedious. good for extremely ( with added emphasis) detail oriented people
    -limited brand-name of company

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    -as company grows, it's changed. talented s. analysts and even some associates and above have left, but company ignores this. company and HR have framed the employee leaving nonchalantly rather than looking in mirror to say "this may be our fault, how can we retain talent." at end of day, consulting firms only asset is the people, there is no technology or product. as talented people start to leave, i wonder if the firm is what is used to be. don't get complacent. wake up call highly recommended.

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