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30+ days ago

Business Development Associate

Ascende Houston, TX

(time to be split evenly between survey marketing and analysis and new business development opportunities) Surveys Lead all survey related business… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Consultant, Global Solutions

Ascende Houston, TX

Monitor and address new legislation and trends in local markets that could impact client benefit plans Review, and update as necessary, client income… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Consultant, Health & Welfare

Ascende Houston, TX

Monitor and address new legislation and court decisions as they apply to clients plans Review income budgets Maximize intellectual capital as Subject… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Associate, Communications

Ascende Houston, TX

• Write and edit copy for a variety of formats/media • Develop and manage employee communications projects for corporate clients • Develop… Glassdoor


23 days ago

Staff Accountant/Accounts Receivable

Ascende Houston, TX

• Manage collections process, including application of cash receipts and resolution of material under/over or late payments • Maintain 85% current… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Senior Associate, Health & Welfare

Ascende Houston, TX

• Maintain day-to-day client relationships • Manage client activity per client’s project plan • Present strategic initiatives to Consultant for… Glassdoor


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    Good company, just watch out for that bus.

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    Former Employee - Senior Associate
    Former Employee - Senior Associate

    I worked at Ascende full-time

    Pros

    Competitive compensation, plenty career growth opportunity, and a relaxed culture and environment.

    Cons

    Micro management; employees below consultant are understaffed and overworked; long hours; work-life balance is verbally encouraged, but viewed negatively in reality; and managers are quick to throw direct reports under the bus in negative situations.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop paying lip service to the results of the climate assessments and actually enact real change, especially in regards to management training.

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