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Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Analysis Group.

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36 English questions out of 36

29 October 2019

Does Analysis Group offer an employee assistance or workplace counselling program?

Pros

- Good compensation - Smart colleagues - Challenging work

Cons

- Senior stakeholders do not want to provide feedback - Don't care about employees only finishing tasks quickly - Absolutely no work life balance - Little racial diversity and non-inclusive environment. questions are received with suspicion, held to a higher performance standard than peers, initiative is seen as over-stepping -The company is constantly hiring as employees work here for a while and prefer to leave. - Would only recommend to people who are willing to trade their 20's for cash

Don't care about employees only finishing tasks quickly

29 October 2019

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8 October 2020

Does Analysis Group offer unlimited holiday?

Pros

Really smart and motivated colleagues - the consulting part of the firm hires from top undergrad/graduate programs and pays well, so employees are for the most part really competent and creative. Career growth opportunities - The firm puts a lot of work into career development of junior staff, whether they enter at the analyst or associate levels. A lot of the partners at this point originally started at analyst and built their careers at AG. I've gotten public exposure and opportunities that would be hard to come by at a smaller shop. Incredible support staff - IT is a pleasure to work with, consulting support for purchasing data or research is excellent.

Cons

Hours are unpredictable and highly variable; some weeks will be flat out until late in the night, some weeks will barely have any work. Luckily taking time off during "easy" weeks is part of the culture, but work can be "lumpy". Work is subject to the sometimes capricious demands of academic experts and lawyers.

Advice to Management

The company could do more (and is trying to do more) to support diversity in the consulting arm.

Luckily taking time off during "easy" weeks is part of the culture, but work can be "lumpy".

8 October 2020

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23 February 2021

What is the retirement plan like at Analysis Group?

Pros

Benefits - lots of events with free food, 401k match, gym benefit, phone data benefit Variety of work Collaborative work environment Well-developed training program Everyone gets their own office Well compensated

Cons

As with all consulting, your time is not always your own. You have to meet client deadlines, and sometimes that means working longer hours.

lots of events with free food, 401k match, gym benefit, phone data benefit

23 February 2021

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10 December 2020

Does Analysis Group offer parental leave?

Pros

-Interesting work -Get to choose who you work with -Generally values positive attitude, teamwork, communication, cross-level collaboration over dictation/orders -High degree of job security, despite pandemic/recession

Cons

Long hours, high expectations, not the best maternity/paternity leave. Not always easy to get away for vacation.

Advice to Management

Diversity is getting better since I joined a few years ago but still room to go.

Long hours, high expectations, not the best maternity/paternity leave.

10 December 2020

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8 December 2020

Does Analysis Group offer a wellness program?

Pros

Fair Pay and benefit Team Building Activities Strong relationship between departments

Cons

Some work-life balance issues. The pressure to stay late.

Fair Pay and benefit

8 December 2020

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