Our new Associate, Michael Rubino, recently joined KCG and took some time to reflect on his experience with us so far. Read below to hear his story.

I was ready for a change and looking to challenge myself professionally, so that is why I left a 60k+ employee company to join a boutique healthcare consulting company, Knowledge Capital Group. The onboarding process at large firms is quite structured and lengthy, with dedicated HR teams and professional development resources, so I figured that would be one of the biggest differences I would notice early on in my new role. To my surprise, KCG had a multi-week curriculum established, as well as a checklist with dates and outcomes to drive progression. Before my start date, there was also a social outing where all employees [including those who work remote] came into town.

For those of you who have switched jobs recently, how did you find the process?

  • Everything was perfect and I feel that I have a great foundation to be successful!
  • I got a laptop, some login instructions and was asked to get started building an excel spreadsheet
  • Onboarding, what is that?

Let us know by voting through our LinkedIn poll: How did you find your onboarding process?

About the Author
Michael Rubino

Michael Rubino, Associate, joined the KCG team in March of 2022. In his role, Rubino works with the consulting team on a variety of client projects. His responsibilities include deliverable development, data analysis, and reporting.

Prior to KCG, Rubino worked at a clinical research organization as a Clinical Trials Assistant. He graduated from Appalachian State University in 2019 as double major in General Management and Supply Chain Management. Rubino earned an MBA from The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill in June of 2021. He was a student-athlete at both universities, as a kicker on the football team.