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The Siegfried Group Associate Director Reviews

Updated Nov 6, 2011

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The Siegfried Group CEO Rob Siegfried Jr.
Rob Siegfried Jr.
3 Ratings
  1. Helpful (24)

    "Made good money, lost professional development"

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    Former Employee - Associate Director in Boston, MA
    Doesn't Recommend
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at The Siegfried Group

    Pros

    Money but this is only assuming you got in at the right time when the economy was good and starting salary was higher. It also assumes you are willing to travel to make travel bonuses.

    Cons

    Most assignments are not challenging and you slowly lose skills. You fill in for client needs during their busy times and a lot of the work is busy work. But There are exceptions I'm sure. You have to be willing to travel anywhere in the country for however long they need you. . . If you refuse, you will be fired sooner or later. Don't give any honest feedback (even though they ask for it) because it will...

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    Advice to Management

    Correct the above cons. As you can see, most of the reviews have all the same cons. Instead of contacting the website to pull the reviews down as was done or else (as was done on the former 'Job Vent' site), turn around how the company operates. There is certainly a need for this type of business, just not it's management style. You do not want honest reviews from employees so these sites are the only way you can learn....

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    The Siegfried Group2011-11-06
  2. "The Siegfried Group"

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    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Associate Director in New York, NY
    Recommends
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at The Siegfried Group

    Pros

    1. Opportunity to work on a broad range of clients and projects; 2. If impress the client, can expand original assignment and grow professionally; 3. Generous annual allowance for professional development courses; 4. Various incentives available for additional hours worked, client and employee referrals

    Cons

    Health benefits could be better

    Advice to Management

    Keep up the good work!

    The Siegfried Group2010-05-03
  3. Helpful (12)

    "Once a good place to work with a lot of promises, but promises are made to be broken"

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    • Work/Life Balance
    • Career Opportunities
    • Compensation and Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Former Employee - Associate Director in New York, NY
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at The Siegfried Group

    Pros

    Before all the noise and ridiculous management decisions, the company was a decent place to gain experience and network for future opportunities. The compensation and incentive plans were fair and at times 'generous', according to any special in-demand project needs. What primarily made The Siegfried Group a good place to work are the people, specifically the accounting resources/consultants. Many were high performers...

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    Cons

    Through the years, The Siegfried Group has developed a bad reputation by mistreating the very core of their business, the people (resources/consultants). Executive and Upper management are known to make irrational decisions, especially with regard to appointing people to key positions that drive the company. Nepotism and favoritism are all very much evident once you walk through the door. Further, all the key decision-making...

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    Advice to Management

    Please... please... please stop the favoritism within the company. It's understandable to keep 'pets', but assigning them to key positions which govern the well being of the company and the financial situations of its people are not acceptable. Also, it's time to decentralize the leadership and decision-making authority; not every region responds and acts like Delaware.

    The Siegfried Group2009-12-07
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