sr. manager (Former Employee) – Dulles, VA – January 24, 2015
Deloitte consulting is run by people that don't know how to create work products that meet the needs of their customers. Most seem to be geared to promoting the type of work that can guarantee billable hours w/o delivering value to the customer and getting the customer to accept the charges.
Senior people will not want to work at Deloitte as there will be no opportunity for advancement as the ranks above them are already swollen. I would recommend smaller boutique consulting companies that give one the opportunity to develop lasting relationships with customers as opposed to pushing the hours like a law office,
Incredibly talented multi-disciplined teams to work with.
Director (Former Employee) – Dallas & Houston, TX; New York, NY – November 3, 2015
Great benefits, exceptional assignments and some of the most talented professionals I could ever hope to work with. Worked in Dallas, Houston and New York offices. Each was staffed with highly talented professionals and a collegial environment. Very team oriented and multi-disciplined teams with respect for each others skill sets and contribution. Extremely client focused.
professionalism, colleagues, benefit packages
Like any organization, sometimes politicians slip in
This is a job for someone not wanting to learn new technologies and just follow a script
Initial Support Services (ISS) | CallCenter (Former Employee) – Hermitage, TN – October 29, 2015
The pay and scheduling was the only real plus for this job. They over basically NO ongoing training. Advancement is the good ole boy network. So many promotions were to the managers buddies who wanted to party with them.
Mobile Solutions Engineer (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA – October 26, 2015
Work-life balance does not exist, too many firm obligations to successfully support the client. Co-workers are disgruntled and overworked. Only High-level managers benefit from the hard work being performed.
Human Capital Management Manager (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – October 25, 2015
Managing two key Tech adoption internal projects for practice (Data Analysis Tool Development and Data Analysis Training) Managing multiple resources and mentoring junior practice employees Executing Project delivery successfully in the tech adoption space
Highly fragmented resulting in poor employee satisfaction
Consultant - Deloitte Digital (Current Employee) – New York, NY – October 9, 2015
Due to the large size of the organization and business model, there is very little focus on employee's career progression. Every man for himself is the approach you have to live with. Personal growth is difficult given the horizontal nature of the organization and they are creating more of "Jack of all trades" than specialized talent. One thing you will surely acquire is powerpoint skills. Huge scope for improvement.
Market Intelligence Senior Manager, Team Leader (Former Employee) – chicago, IL – October 5, 2015
Not a place that I would recommend for anyone who is a high-achiever, as everyone at the Director and above level is protecting themselves. The work day is long, which is fine, but the culture is dysfunctional.