Atlas Research Careers and Employment
- Company size51 to 200
- IndustryConsulting and Business Services
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Human Centered Design / Customer Experience - Director
Human Centered Design / Customer Experience - Team Lead
Manager in District of Columbia
on February 3, 2020
The company is just starting to move from a small business, so there are the natural growing pains as it competes with companies that have thousands of employees. Everyone who works there is friendly and happy to help with anything. The culture is amazing.
Analyst in Washington, DC
on April 22, 2020
Management needs to prioritize the culture as an area to focus on. The empty suits at this company can make your experience miserable. You'll get reprimanded for things you don't know instead of providing an opportunity to learn. Stick with those that actually care about you and expanding your time. They pay under industry standards, and benefits are substandard.
Manager in Washington, DC
on January 27, 2020
Great project work, good people, culturally diverse, friendly company culture, mediocre management, inconsistent execution/project delivery, poor benefits, sub-standard compensation
Consultant in Washington, DC
on October 31, 2019
Managers are overworked and asked to do a lot. The company seemed to have lost its way and is chasing growth at the cost of its employees. Overall it was a negative professional experience for me. The lack of communication from managers and inability to use my skills on projects was beyond frustrating.
Manager in Washington, DC
on July 29, 2019
The firm is growing and has been for years but the firm's leadership doesn't foster professional development and doesn't fight to retain existing staff with competitive salaries - even at the risk of losing substantial institutional knowledge. This shortcoming is especially pertinent at this stage of the firms growth from small to large and must be addressed for the firm to continue to be successful in the future. Entry-level staff aren't "trained" in how to be consultants and mid-level staff aren't trained how to manage. As a result, the firm is going through a period of turn-over because staff know they can get better offers elsewhere. The people are great and my experience there has been largely positive.
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