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I have been working at Triage Consulting Group full-time
Great work life balance. It simply cannot be beat. Strong social responsibility. If you love community service, their VTO cannot be beat. Everyone is pretty young so you will have co-workers around your age.
First off, if you are an Analyst, you are treated like a second-class citizen. The project team side is treated with so much more respect even though RSG is the driving force that gets the underpayments resolved. Which brings me to my next point. THE WORK IS REDUNDANT. If you like doing the same thing over and over again for 8 hours, 5 times a week then this job is great for you. Someone said it best: an Analyst is a glorified call center. They recruit the best and the brightest to do work that simply does not match the work ethic you put into college. And that's all you will be doing. Even if you grasp what you are doing, expect to be doing that until you reach your one year mark. IF you get promoted (to the project team side or Analyst II) you could be doing the same thing again. Promotions are not merit based they are based on how long you have been there. So you could be working 10x as hard as someone else in your start group but both will be promoted. Analyst IIs who have worked for the company over a year make less than an Associate who is fresh out of college. Things are so backwards here. The name is misleading. There is no consulting whatsoever. You will spend majority of your time arguing on the phone with an insurance rep who can barely understand English and who reads off of a script. College grads, go somewhere else and get meaningful expereince. The people who stay here are people who enjoy doing the same thing over and over, usually married and have a 7pm bedtime. It's only worth it coming here if you come in as an Associate. DO NOT GET STUCK IN THE RUT OF AN ANALYST. Please don't get me started on the lack of diversity. Do not be fooled by the dots of color you will see in the office. They recruit minorities, somewhat but they recruit ones that are completely white washed. What I mean is they would not recruit anyone who showed any time of minority advocacy in college or even seem remotely proud of their culture. if you are Black and in a White sorority, you are the type of minority they are looking for.
Advice to Management
Because you recruit the best of the best, do not insult our intelligence. We grasp things quicker than you think. If you want to battle the HIGH ATTRITITION RATE recognize the merit your employees put forth and reward accordingly. Why have everyone on the same timeline if people progress faster.