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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Advisory BoardPros
Great work life balance, good benefits, comp is low at entry levels but increases pretty significantly within a few years, lots of growth potentialCons
Hard to work there if you're not passionate about the work you're doing, hard to keep top entry level talent with low salariesAdvice to ManagementAdvice
Increase salaries to entry level employees, keep the incredible benefits and culture - they're the biggest assets and really what makes the company a great place to work for.RecommendsNeutral OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online – interviewed at Advisory Board.Interview Details
I applied online and was asked to interview weeks later. When I had my initial phone interview she mentioned me considering a different role. So I interviewed on the phone for both..not really prepared for the second one...
Two weeks later: In person interviews, all 30 minutes but multiple rounds. I met so many people in 3.5 hours and each round comprised of people from the two different departments mentioned on the phone.
Then I was called back a second day to come in and do another round of interviews. Then a week later called on the phone to do one more phone screen.
They said they would let me know by the beginning of the year and I heard nothing. I finally started looking at other places and accepted a job offer elsewhere. And a week later got an email to interview for an even different position.
Disorganized to say the least.Interview Questions
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Here's where a hospital might go for a second opinion. The Advisory Board Company specializes in providing best practices consulting to member-clients in the health care industry, including more than 2,800 hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, insurance firms, and medical device manufacturers in the US. The Advisory Board offers about 50 programs in areas such as strategy, operations, and management. Members buy annual subscriptions to one or more programs and participate in the firm's research efforts. Programs typically include best practices research studies, seminars...