Early on there was a great amount of work, great exposure to a variety of drug and chemicals industry companies. Work seemed very intellectually challenging until the scandals surfaced about how the company was using junk science to protect clients who produced toxic or dangerous products. Compensation was ok. The location is great though since its right in DC. There are a few great people. The benefits were ok.
The work environment at the Weinberg group is very stuffy, and very institutional atmosphere. Newbies could have had a little better mentoring and guidance, a little feedback and support would have been nice. Biggest downside though is that Weinberg group has little to no respect from other companies. Being involved in a company that did junk science really kills things. HR at weinberg group was also very unprofessional. It is run by someone who has her own company on the side. She (the HR rep I worked with) did not seem to know what she was doing and many times she was deceptive about the company when i was interviewing.
If the company gets beyond this scandal I think senior management has to do a lot to repair its company. Maybe start by changing HR.