The Chartis Group Reviews
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28 Employee Reviews
I have been working at The Chartis Group full-time (More than 3 years)
boutique firm so everyone knows everyone, friendly culture, Intellectually challenging environment, exposure to solving most challenging healthcare strategy issues at large hospital systems.
Lots of travel, demanding work, long hours
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The Chartis Group Response
I worked at The Chartis Group full-time
They do pay out nice bonuses, so if you stay there, you can collect over time. Some of the partners are great to work with. The rest of it is pretty similar to any consulting gig – high pay for high travel/hours, lots of time doing gritty work with miserable people.
The company is in flux, part-owned by PE. This structure affects the employee experience as they brought in unrelated businesses as an attempt to raise the exit multiple. They don t have strong team controls to ensure employee growth and satisfaction. Many of the managers are not good people leaders. A lot of the more tenured people at the firm have been in the healthcare industry for a long time and have good consulting skills, but terrible leadership skills. The rainmaker partners have not figured out a good system for developing talent. They sell dozens of projects and want to be deeply involved in all of them. Often, that means they will fly in at the 11th hour and want you to re-shuffle/re-wordsmith everything. (*note I have seen this happen to everyone – even the people at the EM or Principal level) The company has sweet spot projects with Academic Medical Centers/Community Medical Centers that they sell repeatedly (great for them)! However, as a consultant, this can limit your ability to grow as they typically aren t a great experience for you to learn or improve your exit opportunities. Also, the company – while respected in its narrow niche – is not well known otherwise. Consultants here are paid a bit below the industry rates, without any advantages of better experiences, work/life, culture, or exit opportunities.
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