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30 days ago

Sales Executive - Talent Measurement Solutions

CEB Thames Ditton, England

SHL Talent Measurement from CEB helps organisations assess, select and develop the right people for the right roles using proven, science-based… Reed.co.uk


2 days ago

Sales Executive - Large Enterprise - Financial Services – new

CEB London, England

The Sales Executive (SE) is the main new business winner in CEB, and focuses on growing our member base, rather… Reed.co.uk


30+ days ago

Sales Executive, Solutions SES

Corporate Executive Board Sydney, NA +2 locations

Understand evolving business terrains and effectively articulate the value proposition to prospective clientsIdentify key business challenges and use… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Sales Executive, ANZ

Corporate Executive Board Sydney Office, ,AU

As a Sales Executive, you will have the opportunity to establish relationships with prospective executive-level… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Sales Executive

Corporate Executive Board United Kingdom

The Sales Executive (SE) is the main new business winner in CEB, and focuses on growing our member base, rather… Corporate Executive Board


30 days ago

Account Manager - Talent Measurement Solutions

CEB Thames Ditton, England

SHL Talent Measurement from CEB helps organisations assess, select and develop the right people for the right roles using proven, science-based… Reed.co.uk


30+ days ago

Director of Sales, Sales Effectiveness Solutions

Corporate Executive Board Arlington, VA +3 locations

Understand evolving business terrains and effectively articulate the value proposition to prospective clients Identify key business challenges and… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Director of Sales, Workforce Surveys & Analytics

Corporate Executive Board Arlington, VA +3 locations

Understand evolving business terrains and effectively articulate the value proposition to prospective clientsIdentify key business challenges and use… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Quantitative Research Consultant

Corporate Executive Board Arlington, VA +2 locations

. Undergraduate degree and advanced degree required. Ph.D. or advanced training in Economics, Econometrics, Applied Microeconomics, Public Policy… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Quantitative Research Project Manager, Sales Marketing and Communications

Corporate Executive Board Arlington, VA +2 locations

Leadership and oversight of SMACs centralized diagnostic teamDevelopment and innovation of key diagnostic tools for the SMAC practiceAccountability… Ivy Exec


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    Current Employee - Research Analyst  in  Arlington, VA
    Current Employee - Research Analyst in Arlington, VA

    I have been working at CEB full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    CEB has a great office culture and work-life balance. Compared to some of its competitors, CEB employees work better hours and have better work-life balance. The office culture is very flat and not hierarchical: everyone is very tolerant of diverse ideas and junior employees are encouraged to speak up in meetings or to challenge (intellectually) their managers and higher-ups. The typical CEB Research Analyst has often been described as "intellectual and nice" and this is an apt description. As CEB recruits many campus hires, its culture is very young, making it a great place for new grads to start their career. In addition, as a research job, recent graduates with a liberal arts background but interested in business will find CEB's RA position to be very fitting to both their skill set and ambition. CEB acknowledges the relative inexperience of many of its hires and therefore takes care to train its young employees in both job-related and broader professional skills.

    Cons

    For the work that the typical Research Analyst does, compensation could be higher. This seems to be a point of contention among many of my peers and fellow new hires. Partly because of the compensation, but not entirely because of it, CEB sees a LOT of turnover among its recent hires. Many newly hired Research Analysts stay at the company for a year or so, and move on to other firms.

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    Make your research analyst level hires feel more valued (either through pay or other means) and you will probably see less turnover.

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