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Good learning experience, but not the most exciting place to work

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Former Employee - Fixed Income Intern in Boston, MA
Former Employee - Fixed Income Intern in Boston, MA

I worked at Eaton Vance

No opinion of CEO
No opinion of CEO

Pros

- human working hours (9-5)
- respectful culture

Cons

- Somewhat slow paced
- lower than average pay

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  1. Great work/life balance, limited career growth

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Boston, MA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Boston, MA

    I have been working at Eaton Vance

    Recommends
    Approves of CEO
    Recommends
    Approves of CEO

    Pros

    The hours are reasonable, and the benefits are great.

    Cons

    Career growth opportunities are limited.

  2. friendly people, slow-moving

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    Former Employee - Research Associate in Boston, MA
    Former Employee - Research Associate in Boston, MA

    I worked at Eaton Vance

    Approves of CEO
    Approves of CEO

    Pros

    Relaxed work atmosphere, excellent work-life balance, coworkers friendly and kind, nice location, very little stress at work, patient management, great company cafeteria

    Cons

    While almost everyone is very friendly and "nice", this often leads to an inability to directly address issues which are lurking, obviously, beneath the surface. A lot goes undiscussed when it would be positive to bring it out into the light. The pace of advancement is a bit slow and the compensation is low relative to peers (although this fact is balanced by the atmosphere being more relaxed and less stressful)

    Advice to Management

    While almost everyone is very friendly and "nice", this often leads to an inability to directly address issues which are lurking, obviously, beneath the surface. A lot goes undiscussed when it would be positive to bring it out into the light. It would be positive for people to start address things that are bothering them directly and to feel encouraged to do so. It is not "nice" to hide frustrations in the long term, though in the short term it may seem that way.

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