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So apparently Clearview is rated really high on Vault this year across multiple categories, even for work life balance (#11). But how come do I hear so many negative reviews about CV on here and Glassdoors?

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Because Vault rankings are essentially pay-to-win, don’t matter, and don’t have any basis in reality.

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Real ranking is where top MBAs choose to go. Even if Clearview tops the Vault for 5 years in a row, no M7 grad will pick it over tier 1 (MBB) or tier 2 (OW, Kearney, LEK) firms. These rankings are just advertising channels. Don’t take them seriously.

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A couple broader things are 1) working to clarify leadership roles to improve review efficiency and foster earlier alignment, 2) a greater focus on to-the-point documents to reduce the burden of client updates and ensure a greater impact Also, a focus on better understanding the burden on teams objectively to both identify as early as possible when individuals or teams are feeling unsustainable as well as help to identify broader drivers of in sustainability to proactively work to address those. I’m not saying the problem is solved or even that these are consistent at this point, but there has been a noticeable shift, from my perspective.

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Because CV is VERY selective in who they allow to take vault’s surveys... essentially they game it.

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as a PhD, I see top PhD candidates end up in MB (but not the last red B). Bottom of the PhD crop and Masters are more likely to end up in CV and Putnam.

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