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- "Poor upper management, remote office dynamics were depressing, often felt forgotten by team in DC." (in 4 reviews)
- "The healthcare benefits are a bit of a mess, but it suffices" (in 4 reviews)
- "People bond over how bad management is or how best to avoid the toxic ones." (in 4 reviews)
- "IMPAQ was acquired and current leadership seems to not understand health care." (in 4 reviews)
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- 5.0Nov 2, 2017Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
I have been working at IMPAQ for 14 months and have been very happy here. The project-based work is flexible to suit your professional development goals. If you want to develop particular skills there is a high chance that you can become involved in an applicable project. Self-advocacy is effective and can influence work based on your interests and goals, including both research-content and managerial skills. There is a higher level of transparency between upper and lower management, which I greatly appreciate. The work-life balance is good; if you need to work remotely for an appointment or sick child you will not receive any push-back. the culture is respectful, kind, and entrepreneurial.
I work in a satellite office; sometimes there are delays in decisions getting disseminated to our location.
- 5.0Feb 23, 2018Software DeveloperFormer Employee, less than 1 yearColumbia, MD
I loved working for Impaq International while I was there. It was an open welcoming environment. I felt that Impaq really cared about their employees. There was a good work life balance here.
Most of my issues here came from IMPAQ's Clients, not IMPAQ itself. The only reason I left the company was my desire live closer to family and the possibility of working remotely was not available.5
- 5.0Mar 23, 2021Health AnalystCurrent Employee
Great work/life balance, flexible work submission, collaborative, people are willing to help,
Weight gain from weekly lunch and learns
- 2.0Dec 31, 2011Telephone InterviewerFormer EmployeeColumbia, MD
Able to take time off if necessary to take care of family issues or other matters. Life work balance ok
Very boring mindless work in a dismally lit old fashioned call center envioronment. Some employees were very young and immature acting3
- 4.0Dec 7, 2021Research AssociateCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsColumbia, MD
Brilliant hard working colleagues and interesting projects.
Work life balance is not ideal.
- 4.0Jul 2, 2020Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 3 years
- Lots of room to grow your skills as a consultant - Good work/life balance (as long as you know how to draw boundaries) - Leadership cares about the well-being of their employees - Some of the smartest/most diligent people you'll ever work with - WFH flexibility (dependent on project)
- Researchers are expected to contribute to business development at all levels (can be challenging to juggle project work on top of it) - There's little investment in professional development unless it relates directly to corporate initiatives or if you find a project to sponsor the hours. The company is making an attempt to change this, but it can still feel like an uphill battle to get things approved outside of professional certificates and continuing education.1