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13 days ago

Life Sciences Analyst

Huron Consulting Group New York, NY

Huron Consulting Group stands out as one of the fastest growing financial and operational consulting firms in the industry serving clients in the… Huron Consulting Group


13 days ago

Lead Software Engineer

Huron Consulting Group New York, NY

Huron Consulting Group stands out as one of the fastest growing financial and operational consulting firms in the industry serving clients in the… Huron Consulting Group


10 days ago

Life Sciences - Compliance Associate

Huron Consulting Group New York, NY

Huron Consulting Group stands out as one of the fastest growing financial and operational consulting firms in the industry serving clients in the… Huron Consulting Group


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Huron Consulting Group President, CEO and Director James H. (Jim) Roth
James H. (Jim) Roth
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  • Openness, Communication and Accountability= Transparency

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    Former Employee - Administrative in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Administrative in New York, NY

    I worked at Huron Consulting Group full-time (more than a year)

    Pros

    Great place to start in the corporate world depending on which field you are interested in.
    401(K) Matching program
    22 PTO days given at the start of the year
    Wellness Program

    Cons

    1. No transparency: There is no openness, communication and accountability, you can easily be thrown under the boss
    2. Don't ask, don't tell: A colleague leaves the firm and you find out when you try to email them and they are not listed in the system.
    3. Go with the flow atmosphere: In various departments its slow and if you are not proactively hounds people for work you'll sit there for the day doing nothing.
    4. No Structure: There is very little implementation of structure, if you want it you will have to create your own.
    5. Micro-Management: When you are given a project you have a handful of people telling you to do the same thing five hundred different ways, some breathe down your neck and some just don't care after its said and done.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    When advise is given from support its okay to listen and give direct feedback!
    Reward your employees for their work that they do, something little goes a long way.
    You must implement ongoing mandatory training's for managers and directors, there are a lot of people who DO NOT know how to lead their groups.

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