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30+ days ago

Watershed Analyst

The Cadmus Group, Inc. Waltham, MA

The Cadmus Group is in search of an entry level Watershed Analyst to join our Watershed Science & Management Team on a full- or part-time basis. The… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Hydrologist (mid-level)

The Cadmus Group, Inc. Waltham, MA

The Cadmus Group is in search of a mid-level scientist or engineer with expertise in hydrology, sedimentation, programming, and spatial analysis to… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Land Change Modeler/Scientist (mid-level)

The Cadmus Group Waltham, MA

Duties include: collection, analysis, and integration of data; statistical analysis; land change modeling; decision support modeling; project… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Engineering Technician

The Cadmus Group Waltham, MA

- Operate independently in the field by installing instrumentation, analyzing system conditions, and interacting with clients and industry peers… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Engineering Technician/Analyst

The Cadmus Group Waltham, MA

This is a full or part-time entry-level or limited experience position on a growing team of energy services professionals. Successful team members… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Research Analyst, Environmental Science & Policy Division

The Cadmus Group Waltham, MA

Our projects focus on conducting environmental research and developing and implementing environmental policy, particularly with regard to drinking… Glassdoor

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    Over Worked - Under Paid

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    Current Employee - Associate in Waltham, MA
    Current Employee - Associate in Waltham, MA

    I have been working at Cadmus Group full-time (more than 5 years)


    The best part of cadmus is the health care benefits. Out of pocket costs are very minimal. You can generally come in and leave when you want to as long as you get your work done.

    Great office locations: Boulder, Portland, Boston (Waltham). Offers flexibility if you want to relocate to a different office or anywhere for that matter. Several staff work remotely from all over the US.


    They "suggest" you work 44 hours per week. Though it is not required, they base your annual performance on how many hours you've billed versus how many hours you took time off for or were not billing clients. The 10% over a typical 40 hour work week over the course of the year, adds up to roughly the same amount of time you get for vacation and holidays. So essentially, they want you to work additional hours to compensate for the time you take for vacation or get for paid holidays.

    The age of staff is generally young (fresh out of college). Cadmus loves to hire these people because they can pay them low wages and work them to the bone since they have a lot of ambition just getting out of college. This often results in a lot of inexperience around the work place.

    Almost always, projects are never completed ahead of time and are always pushed to the last minute (and yes people sleep at work sometimes) in order to meet unrealistic deadlines.

    There is absolutely no work/life balance. Lots of people work 60+ hours, staff are consistently in the office on the weekends, and some even do more work when they get home after dinner since the workload is so intense.

    This relates to poor management, work distribution and overall staffing.

    You annual evaluation is a "black box calculation" at best. Favoritism is certainly apart of Cadmus and more so during annual reviews. You never really have a clear expectation of your performance or how they will evaluate you, which correlates to not knowing if you will get a raise/promotion. Raises are usually less than 3% per year if you dont get promoted. And even then, a 10% or great raise is not likely.

    There is no office comradery or team building exercises to help you get to know your fellow employees. It costs Cadmus too much money to not have staff billing time, so they would rather have you be working and billing hours than to reward you with something fun in the afternoon and leaving the office early.

    Turn over rate is high.

    Very great company if you want to work long hours, feel stressed and under pressure due to poor workload management, get small raises annually and feel under appreciated on a weekly basis.

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