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Updated Mar 16, 2021

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  • "get to work with exceptional people.(in 3 reviews)
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    1. 4.0
      Mar 16, 2021
      Research Assistant
      Current Employee
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      Very positive and great experience.


      Wanted something new for myself.

      1. 3.0
        Jul 20, 2016
        Anonymous Employee
        Former Employee
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        - Leadership cares about employees as people. - Delivery Team is composed of top notch "smart people" - Company has a solid reputation for delivering quality solutions and making "work life" better for its clients. - Competitive pay and benefits - Leadership supports work-life balance for employees - Leadership treats employees with kindness and professionalism - Again, "smart people"! - Lots of knowledge available for anyone willing to dig in & learn - Terrific opportunity to gain credible experience with current technologies in the Metro Boston market. - Leadership has always gone above and beyond to "do the right thing" for employees, relative to time and compensation matters, and should be commended for the support, caring, and flexibility shown to all employees in these areas.


        -Leadership did not follow through on announced company plans / initiatives (i.e. growth plans, employee share ownership, service offering definition, messaging, & marketing). -Leadership all too often a 'bottleneck' in the Company's ability to move tasks & initiatives forward. Could do with far less micromanagement. -Lack of defined project management processes -Lack of Employee Performance Management processes. -Leadership not open to ideas / suggestions from employees. As a result, several employees formed a perception that ideas & work weren't valued, and left the Company. It's very difficult to maintain one's self esteem when you don't feel valued and you don't see a successful path forward. - Inconsistent candidate interview process. Several candidates participated in telephone and/or in-person interviews and received zero feedback from the Company, despite repeated follow up. - If you're considering joining, research the Company, speak with current and former employees, and be sure to ask the "difficult" questions during the interview process. You can enjoy a great deal of success at Greystone, if it's truly the right fit for both parties.

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