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    Not a great place if you're a woman

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Washington, DC

    I worked at Avascent full-time


    Smart colleagues, and often the work is pretty interesting (even if repetitive).


    No work-life balance, even for analysts. If we're expected to always be on-call, Avascent should at least pay for our phone bills.

    More importantly, Avascent is not a welcoming environment for female employees. There are no female partners or senior leaders. The boys-club culture at the company (not to mention the Defense Industry) makes it hard for a woman to feel comfortable at the office. There is a supportive group of women within the company, but I know that recently as many as 5 women (including myself) from the consulting staff have left Avascent for other opportunities.

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    Change the culture of exclusion and politics and Avascent would be a better place for both women and men to work.

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