Senior Consultant (Current Employee) – Bentonville, AR – December 16, 2015
A very client focused organization as it is partnership based. Client is always right is followed up to the toe at the cost of anything. The people who work here are very professional and knowledgeable Good work environment upto a certain level then it is too much of politics
Office Services Assistant (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 14, 2015
Deloitte is a top-tier firm that I have great respect for. Poor mismanagement of the internal operations and support services facilitated a work environment where under achievement was rewarded while those who dedicated hard work and focus to the mission were not recognized. Deloitte is a great company to be a part of, but poor leadership and no interest in employee growth does not interest me professionally.
Large company, international, great benefits package.
Poor leadership, cult like hiring and promotion attitudes, terrible organization.
Sr. Engineer - Technical Lead (Current Employee) – Glen Mills, PA – December 11, 2015
DTTL CTO is a difficult organization to work in if you are not accustomed to its culture. Politics, favoritism and complete lack of diversity caused the CTO to be replaced. There is a high rate of attrition and work life balance is non existent. The managers are typically those who lack work experience in other companies and only exhibit insecurities by implementing demoralizing policies. Re-organisations occur nearly twice a year and it's really not a place to gain stability. If you are just starting out in your career, it's better to look at other member firms.
Work/life balance is terrible. Management is horrible.
Senior Consultant, Federal Strategy & Operations (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – December 7, 2015
Networking is everything - you make your own path by meeting with many people and interviewing for internal roles. Lots of expected work outside of client projects. Nice office if you work on-site. The firm is very big so navigating your way through it can be difficult.
Communications (Current Employee) – New York, NY – December 2, 2015
Good work life balance. Great smart people. I loved my time there. I learned alot about the industry. Downside is the hot desking as it is not always easy to find a new space and this also impact the culture.
Oracle HCM Implementation Manager (Current Employee) – New York, NY – November 26, 2015
Fast paced work. Work load can be a bit extreme when in the thick of a project. Deloitte's answer to issues in a project involve throwing more resources at the problem. Change and Issue management are not really discussed in terms of adjusting timelines with clients. Deloitte team members are expected to deliver against original planned timelines, regardless of issues and or delays out of the teams' control. On top of project work, you are being pulled into Personal Development initiatives, and expected to network continually. Time left over for family is very limited.
Consultant (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – November 21, 2015
This is the perfect job for a young professional looking to start out his/her career. There is unlimited advancement opportunity and personal growth. The job is really what you make of it and can really strengthen your resume if you are just getting started.
lots of perks like office happy hours and random bonuses
Consultant (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – November 17, 2015
Client design sessions one day working on writing test scripts the next. Deloitte offers diversity in what we learn and experience. I have seen the software development life cycle a number of time and in a very fast pace environment. Deloitte has made me very process oriented (sometimes too much). I have learned there is a well defined process to build and maintain a technical system. I think this process oriented mentality has laid a foundation for me to excel in any other environment I am thrown in.
Fast pace and quality learning, quality experience
Management Consultant (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – November 17, 2015
There is not much of firm discipline and process to deploy practitioners in projects aligning to their interest. Though practitioners develop analytical skills and get smart in doing things but knowledge growth in specific areas can be limited.