- Princeton, NJ
- 1001 to 5000 Employees
- Company - Private
- Business Consulting
- $100 to $500 million (USD)
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ProsInteresting projects focused on important policy issues; wonderful culture; smart, supportive colleagues; flexible WFH policy; employee-owned
ConsProposal season (late spring/summer through early fall) can be stressful; was getting a bit more 'corporate' when I left; hope this doesn't dampen the generally positive, team-oriented culture.
Advice to ManagementCould do more to get staff input/reaction before changing internal processes.
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