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24 October 2020

How are senior leaders perceived at ClearView Healthcare Partners?

Pros

The people have always been the main asset at ClearView. Also, they do genuinely work on some interesting projects.

Cons

The persistent disregard for employee concerns are finally starting to catch up with ClearView. Attrition is through the roof with nearly half the consultant class from last summer having left already. Former employees are also posting about their experiences on Glassdoor, Fishbowl, and Vault and a clear narrative of poor leadership and toxic work conditions is starting to emerge. Apply at your own risk. Better yet, just take your talent to one of the other LS consulting. There are so many places where you can get the same level of career development for better pay and WAYYYY less stress.

Advice to Management

You've made your priorities clear - I think at this point it is time for the market of incoming talent to take over and respond. Good luck with future recruiting - people are finally starting to see through the smoke and mirrors.

Former employees are also posting about their experiences on Glassdoor, Fishbowl, and Vault and a clear narrative of poor leadership and toxic work conditions is starting to emerge.

24 October 2020

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18 January 2021

What are some insights into the strategy or vision at ClearView Healthcare Partners?

Pros

ClearView provides its employees unparalleled opportunities to build core consulting skills and gain broad expertise in the life sciences industry. New hires, who often come directly from undergrad or PhD programs, are given significant responsibility from Day 1 (for example, new hires often present to clients in their first project). ClearView has a strong focus on mentorship and professional development. Employees also receive frequent, constructive feedback, which is helpful for promoting rapid development (although it is worth noting that high-achieving individuals may find it initially difficult/demoralizing to transition to an environment with frequent constructive feedback). The company is also growing rapidly and is conducting an increasingly wide range of projects (we are expanding beyond our "bread and butter" opportunity assessments and indication prioritization projects into launch planning, corporate strategy, etc.).

Cons

ClearView has experienced rapid growth since over the past few years and the growth trajectory continues to look favorable, despite the coronavirus pandemic. However, rapid growth has caused a number of growing pains, and the company no longer has the same "boutique" feel as it did a few years ago. Work-life balance is also unpredictable, as it is at most consulting companies (though work-life balance is significantly more sustainable at ClearView than at investment banks). ClearView also has a ways to go in terms of recruiting and retaining a more diverse workforce, but the company (including senior leadership) has recently begun to heavily focus on this area by hiring external consultants, creating a diversity and inclusion internal initiative, etc.

The company is also growing rapidly and is conducting an increasingly wide range of projects (we are expanding beyond our "bread and butter" opportunity assessments and indication prioritization projects into launch planning, corporate strategy, etc.).

18 January 2021

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