Brattle has been recognized as one of the best consulting firms to work for by The Vault

The Brattle Group has been recognized as the highest-ranked economic consulting firm in the 2019 Vault Consulting 50. For the fifth consecutive year, Brattle ranked highest among all economic consulting firms, ranking 16th overall.

Brattle was rated highly by employees and recognized in the Top 20 for the following additional Quality of Life rankings:

  • Benefits
  • Compensation
  • Formal Training
  • Exit Opportunities
  • Ability to Challenge
  • Selectivity
  • Informal Training
  • Travel Requirements
  • Innovation
  • International Opportunities
  • Promotion Policies

The Vault’s ranking is based on employee responses to survey questions regarding firm culture, work/life balance, overall satisfaction, compensation, overall business outlook, ability to challenge, and promotion policies. The rankings take into account consulting firms of all types, not just economic consulting, and include responses from employees from a wide group of consulting firms.

Here is what our employees had to say about Brattle:

“Brattle is a place where everyone tries to make you feel welcome and encouraged in your work. The work is challenging and intellectually stimulating and that keeps the job interesting. Although the people are what sets this place apart, it’s incredibly inspiring to work with so many smart people. You learn from each other and that makes this place something special.”

“All Brattle employees have several ‘mentors’ that vary in their level of formality. Given this large pool of resources, there’s someone to turn to about any question or issue that might arise. My mentors have all been helpful, friendly, and good examples of model employees.”

“I think the people at Brattle make a difference. Brattle is a small enough firm that you get to meet most people in the same office, as well as meet the consultants in the other offices. They are genuinely nice, smart, curious, and hard-working and the best part about working here. Analysts get a lot of responsibility and have some agency in how they contribute and what they do on a daily basis.”

“Brattle genuinely cares about the well-being of its employees. We focus on improving our employees with formal and informal training, as well as career mentoring. We have company-sponsored quarterly lunches with our buddies, mentors, the office director, among many other opportunities to voice our concerns, which are taken seriously. Work is very interesting and colleagues are very supportive and highly skilled.”