I worked at Compass Lexecon full-time (More than 5 years)
If you have to work late you get dinner and a cab ride home.
You got to wear jeans on Fridays.
Great coffee and tea selections.
There are showers to use if you bike/run to work or work-out at lunch.
Good work/life balance.
While everyone is very nice, there is no "personality" in the office - no one talks to each other, it's like a library.
The Administrative Supervisor micro-managed every thing she assigned.
The HR Director was extremely overwhelmed and desperately needed a designated assistant.
Some of the Professionals, when they did talk to you, spoke to you like you're an idiot and have no idea how to do anything - yet they came and asked for help for some of the easiest computer tasks.
During my time there, there was only one female SVP and she retired before I left
I worked at Compass Lexecon full-time (More than a year)
The CL office I worked in did a lot of employee appreciation--weekly lunches provided for free, fully stocked snacks, the occasional company sponsored outing/HH.
Long hours so you couldn't enjoy any perks--except the stocked snack room because there was no time to take a lunch break. General feeling like you were not valued. Upper administrative management barely worked, was never in the office or available to discuss staffing issues, concerns, etc.
Advice to Management
Make sure the people in charge are actually there and doing their job. It's difficult to stay motivated when you see superiors take advantage of flexible work schedule and trust.
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