In a rapidly changing and increasingly competitive market, one of our primary goals is to sustain a culture of outperformance to ensure continued business success. We are committed to seeking the highest caliber of candidates to help us provide an unprecedented level of service to our clients.
Performance and Development Planning
We are committed to giving our associates opportunities to grow and realize their full potential, and create an environment of continuous performance improvement and personal development.
All Charles River employees participate in a performance appraisal and development planning process. This process enables associates to focus on clear and ambitious goals, to set directions and priorities, and to clarify expectations within the organization. In addition, this approach promotes a culture of continuous improvement, supports individuals in meeting their development goals, and strengthens organizational capabilities. This process is instrumental to improving individual, team, and overall business performance.
We believe that through this commitment, which offers challenging and rewarding career opportunities, we enhance our reputation as an employer of choice.
Developing Best-in-Class Talent
Charles River’s workforce is engaged, developed, challenged, and well-rewarded for performance. We aim to attract and retain top talent. We recognize the importance of leadership at all levels of our organization in order to succeed in a challenging business environment, and are committed to providing practical processes and programs to identify, develop, and inspire all of our current and future leaders.
Learning and Development
We strive to offer our employees an exciting workplace and encourage them to realize their professional ambitions. The Charles River Learning Program is dedicated to developing managers so that they can grow as business leaders. We partner with world-class thought leaders to offer customized programs in an environment that stimulates collaboration and builds strong professional and personal bonds among Charles River leaders.