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2 days ago

Senior Internal Auditor-Fortune 500 Global Manufacturer – new

The Rosen Group Indianapolis, IN +2 locations

Our client, a Fortune 1000 company, seeks accounting/audit professional to join their group. This is a prestigious and highly respected team within… CareerBuilder


3 days ago

Manager of FPA – new

The Rosen Group Towson, MD

will generally focus on one or more of the following: • SG&A Expense Analysis • Financial Analysis • Cost Analysis • Budgeting Level of… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

Senior Financial Analyst - MD based business unit – new

The Rosen Group Towson, MD

Our client is in the process of assembling a team of top-notch financial professionals. This is a tremendous opportunity to join a vibrant and… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

Senior Financial Analyst- Fortune 500 World Headquarters – new

The Rosen Group Farmington, CT

• Provide detailed analysis of worldwide business segments including trend analysis and variance explanations. • Work on planning & reporting… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

Manufacturing Operatons Controller, Fortune 500 Floriday based business unit – new

The Rosen Group Miramar, FL

• Provide detailed analysis of worldwide business segments including trend analysis and variance explanations. • Manage planning & reporting… CareerBuilder


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    Former Employee - Account Executive in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Account Executive in New York, NY

    I worked at The Rosen Group full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    The clients are generally great people and interesting companies. A lot of the employees are wonderful people (but there's a high turnover rate, and you don't get to work with many). You get to work some cool events. Group emails have cat pictures.

    Cons

    A total lack of company culture—no meetings, no collaboration, no sense of community (despite the small group size). Prepared to be screamed at and called names when you make mistakes. No coaching, mentoring or learning opportunities—pick it up as you go, or prepare to be ripped in to. Pay and benefits leave much to be desired. Serious favoritism at work, and unless you are a chosen one, you aren't going to have the best experience.

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    Be nice to your employees. Give feedback. Hold meetings. Offer a few perks every once in awhile, and give people a reason to want to sit in a windowless box mass-spamming journalists for 10 hours a day.

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