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18 days ago

Director, Advisory Research , ,

Eurasia Group New York, NY

In this position, you will manage Eurasia Group's global markets advisory business from a research perspective, enhancing internal research processes… jobsradar.com

20 days ago

» Director, Advisory Research (New York, Washington, London)

Eurasia Group New York, NY

for a large analytical team. You will also have experience leveraging technologies to simplify… Eurasia Group

30+ days ago

» Director, Corporate Advisory Services

Eurasia Group New York, NY

In this position, you will work with the top leadership at many of the world's largest and most prominent firms on some of their most challenging… Eurasia Group

30+ days ago

» Associate Director, Global Markets

Eurasia Group New York, NY

In this position, you will be responsible for developing the firm's growth with key financial sector clients including global macro hedge funds… Eurasia Group

30+ days ago

» Associate, Information Technology

Eurasia Group New York, NY

include: * Level 1 Help Desk * Comprehensive desktop support for standard office productivity and other proprietary applications * Active Directory… Eurasia Group

30+ days ago

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Eurasia Group New York, NY

Eurasia Group is the world's leading global political risk research and consulting firm. By examining political, economic, social, and security… Eurasia Group

30+ days ago

» Technology Sector Lead

Eurasia Group New York, NY

As Technology Sector Lead within Eurasia Group's Corporate Consulting group, you will be responsible for leading the firm's political risk sector… Eurasia Group

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    Culture and management stuck in last century's attitudes and practices

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    Generous vacation, not a super stressful environment (depends who you work with though), and a nice-looking office. For most people, the hours are not anywhere near what they are for other consulting firms. Colleagues are some of the brightest minds in the field, and in general, people are pleasant to work with. I've made some friends. The firm is good at attracting smart, solid, good people. It's great to be in a place where current world affairs are discussed every day, you'll learn lots of cool knowledge to impress people at parties with.


    The leadership is unfortunately stuck in the last century. They operate from a mind-frame that feels very much like a one-way street and feels like this: "We pay you, you do what we need you to, and we don't really care about you as a person or whether you are happy here." It's clear that they know that plenty of people want to work there, and the unspoken message is that most of us are dispensable. Not once have I had a single person (either my boss or HR person) ask me what my career goals are. In their defense, it is not their fault, it is simply the culture and they are just living out the attitude of the leadership, which is very 1950. Thus, the mood at work is rather somber and serious. Not an enjoyable environment. Most people don't really seem happy to be there. Oh, and big turnover. For these and other reasons.

    Advice to Management

    -Start paying attention to the shifts in employee-employer relations worldwide. The market has changed! Nowadays, solid employees with great results can go work at companies where they do feel like someone cares about their career trajectory, where they feel like they are in a partnership with their employer. - Put people in leadership positions not just for their skill, but for their ability to manage other people effectively and humanly. - Do a full assessment of your talent in-house. You have so many intelligent people, and you know nothing about them and what they could do for the company! Do not leave all that talent on the table. Go out and get to know them, and have them use all that intelligence and skill.

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