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Triage Consulting Group CEO Brian Neece
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    The Cons Outweigh the Pros

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    Current Employee - Associate Consultant in Atlanta, GA
    Current Employee - Associate Consultant in Atlanta, GA

    I have been working at Triage Consulting Group full-time

    Pros

    - Nice, fun group of people
    - Very flexible PTO
    - Great healthcare benefits
    - Great emphasis on volunteering and giving back to the community
    - 40-45 hour work week creates a decent work/life balance

    Cons

    Triage prides itself on having a great company culture. Therefore, they hire young, fun associates and have plenty of happy hours to keep it "fun". Unfortunately, there's only so much you can do to cover up the fact that the work done here is incredibly mundane and you're not consultants as much as you are auditors.

    As previous reviews have stated, this is definitely an up or out company, which would be ok if it wasn't for the fact that promotions and evaluations can be skewed to the point where politics overshadow merit. This results in unqualified seniors who do not have the skills necessary to manage teams.

    Diversity is definitely an issue, but there have been valid efforts to improve this, and I hope that facet will get better. It is true that if you don't fit a certain mold, it's difficult to fit into the culture.

    Micromanagement is another huge problem here, to the point where it's sometimes hard to work. There's no room for entrepreneurship and creativity, which are qualities that normal consulting firms want and work to foster in their employees.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    When asking employees to provide feedback, actually take that feedback into consideration and apply those changes. It's understandable that Triage has a model that has "worked", but that shouldn't stop innovation. If the company continues to be so rigid, you risk losing a lot of great employees.

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