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I worked at The Brattle Group full-time (More than a year)
I worked harder, learned more, and made better friends at Brattle than in any of the four years I spent in college. The culture encourages you to find yourself and contribute value in a way academia can't, constantly engaging, interesting, changing. The company is big enough to have multiple niches to explore, and small enough that you never lose your bearings. Feedback and the evaluation process are fair, even generous, at every stage. Round tables for RA candidates, feedback for coworkers, discussions with HR about problems between colleagues - I have been impressed going through all of these with the maturity and respect with which Brattlers treat each other.
Training is still imperfect in many ways - despite working almost exclusively on litigation, no one explained Bates numbers to me for a few months, but I had VLOOKUPs pounded into my brain even though they are terrible.....
Advice to Management
Try your best to preserve Brattle's culture while the company expands, and continue to focus on the positive encouragement/feedback structure while making the decision process more transparent for things like bonuses.
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at The Brattle Group (Washington, DC) in October 2015.
First round on-campus interview was purely behavioral in which interviewers primarily wanted to see how well you know what economic consulting is and how passionate you are about research. Some questions about research projects were asked. Other standard behavioral. The second round consisted of 5 interviews (including an hour long case component) and was onsite in D.C.
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