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Decreased healthcare budgets, an explosion of incomprehensible data, and increased consumer power and choice: undeniably, we are in the midst of the most disorganized and misunderstood healthcare landscape ever. However, this landscape is not necessarily a bad thing--especially if you’re a part of DRG, a powerful alliance of professional opportunity finders. Where others see problems, we provide insights that create competitive advantages.
As you navigate the perplexities of the ever-changing healthcare landscape, DRG is here to help you grow and thrive.
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A career at DRG means working among the brightest and most experienced experts, analysts, and problem solvers from around the world. We’re individual contributors working together as a team. And with this unique approach comes opportunity: for ourselves, our clients, and for the future of the healthcare industry.
Don't wait for Friday. Our culture is a mix of hard work, play, and giving back.
Make working work for you. Many of our employees choose to work remotely, and we support and encourage secondments and permanent moves from any one of our offices to another.
All of our offices have free snacks and drinks in break areas, and many come equipped with games and activities like foosball. Offices will often elect a social committee who then host dinners, holiday events, and outings.
Do good, well. DRG Cares team organizes volunteer partnerships and events all over the globe. All volunteering comes with paid time off--and the chance to spend time outdoors and in your community. Our employees do good well! In the past year, we have fundraised and had fun with Meals on Wheels, The Hummingbird Cancer Support & Therapy Center, Boston Children's Hospital, Habitat for Humanity, and many local charitable organizations benefitting homeless and disadvantaged populations. We included some shots below of the corporate field day for Boston Children's and working on housing for Habitat.
I have been working at Decision Resources Group full-time (More than a year)
Some of the smartest and most passionate people I have ever worked with - I learn something new every day! Lots of opportunities for growth including support to move to different roles within other areas of the company.Access to continuing education training/videos. Great work life balance with ability to work from home when needed as well as at other offices. Excellent benefits and low premiums. Fun events such as office trivia and office outings. New office space is modern and bright, with lots of space for collaboration.
With offices all over the world it can be hard to feel fully connected to the other offices, but managers have started using videoconferences more often as well as other ways of making us feel more connected (thank you!).
Advice to Management
Keep up the great work!
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Decision Resources Group (Burlington, MA) in May 2016.
They scheduled an interview 2 days after receiving my resume. It was a two-hour interview, divided into 30-minute blocks with 4 different people. I interviewed with 2 people I'd have been working with, an HR rep & an executive assistant. I had been scheduled to interview with the General Counsel, but was told that something came up and he wasn't able to meet. Very nice people. When I left, I was told that they would schedule a telephone or follow up interview with the General Counsel within the next couple days, but that didn't happen. The agency advised the following week that they had hired another candidate.