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What are your thoughts on Point B or North Highland Consulting firms?

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I would avoid NH at all costs honestly. Leadership is a mess and can’t direct the company properly, and it’s steps away from completely imploding. They have far too few people to do work (due to such high attrition and inability to attract and hire ppl), all they focus on is bottom line, nothing is ever enough... I could go on.

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Would recommend avoiding North Highland. I applied there two years ago and they negged after a recruiter gave me a verbal offer. Ended up at another firm and a colleague who recently joined from NH said it was a bad situation and that I was lucky to dodge them. Check their Glassdoor reviews too.

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I know lots of folks who have been at north highland. They are very location specific, both in the verticals they support and the culture. Overall, run away is the right advice. Some friends enjoyed Chicago and Nashville for provider consulting, but were doing systems integration PMO, and very undercomped

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Worked at North Highland, great people and the company means well, they’re just figuring some stuff out right now. I would say it depends on what phase of your career you’re in. Great for more experienced consultants

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