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What is LEK like?

 
#1 What is LEK like?
12/10/2004 21:46

tony

I am interested in working for LEK, since they have a good experience in the life science sector. What is their recruitment process like for people with Ph.D's? Is it a good place to work for? Any thoughts on LEK are welcome!

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#2 Re: What is LEK like?
13/10/2004 20:00

lek

Same as for non-PhDs but once you're in, if you can show that your PhD gave you skills that make you stand out then you'll get promoted quicker than the normal pace. LEK is very strong in biotech with several PhDs. Good working atmosphere with *much* less travelling than your average M/B/B. Contact i.newson@lek.com (Isobel Newson) for more info.

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#3 LEK - Anyone home???
14/10/2004 14:53

Anon

This is obviously the best medium to get a response from LEK. I have tried to contact LEK's recruitment team by email and phone countless times but am yet to recieve a reply.....

I realise that LEK is an 'in-demand' firm but they treat applicants with utter contempt. Makes you wonder how they treat their employees.....?

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#4 How do Lek treat their employees?
14/10/2004 16:12

Lekite

Very well thankyou very much.

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#5 Re: What is LEK like?
15/10/2004 14:23

SC

LEK is a walking, talking case study of all that is bad about management consultancy firms, especially the strategy houses. Long hours, high churn rates, no employee care, just interested in making money for the partners. Doesn't matter who gets burned along the way. A friend of mine works there and hates it. Pays market rates but they expect to own you mind, body and soul. Advice would be to steer well clear!

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