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    Inspiring; confining

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    Former Employee - Human Resources Consultant in Cambridge, MA
    Former Employee - Human Resources Consultant in Cambridge, MA

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    Fabulously stimulating place to work and to be. Adventurous, willing to take chances. Very good benefits (although that has eroded some with the changes in the US economy).


    On the administrative side, you can take chances but risk losing trust and access if anything goes wrong. Extreme stratification in wealth, increasingly reflecting US and world economy. Raises at senior level can approach 20% a year while 3% is allocated for rest. The usual, "We're adults; employees act like children" attitude among senior managers -- although management teams are often the most infantile in how they conduct themselves.

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    Put resources behind announced priorities (like diversity). Dare to embrace and reflect a more democratic economy, in which front line staff are rewarded consonant with their contributions. Discipline truly bad (toxic) managers.

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