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Good pay bad learn little
Consultant (Current Employee), Richmond, VAJuly 21, 2013
Pros: good pay, kind people
Cons: long periods of very little work
8:30AM - 5:30PM workload at consultant level tends to be very low and more primarily administrative. Daily there are many hours spent not working.
Management is nice and not overbearing they understand that times can be slow but expect your best when they are not.
Primarily male workforce 30s or older everyone is nice and fun to be around.
The hardest – more... part of the job are the hours you must be in the office when you are not busy.
Co workers are genuinely nice and fun to be around. – less
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Excellent company with tremendous vision
Manager - Risk Solutions iTraining (Former Employee), Pleasanton, CAJuly 8, 2013
Protiviti was a great place to work. The culture and people are fantastic. Everyone has a strong sense of pride in the business and work products. A very pleasant experience.
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A consulting firm run by accountants.
Manager (Former Employee), Cleveland, OHMay 6, 2013
Would be a great firm, if the accountant tendencies of management were replaced with true management consultant professionals.
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Not a lot of opportunity for advancement
Information Security Senior Consultant (Full-Time) (Former Employee), New York, NYMarch 1, 2013
Pros: the people
Cons: travel, lack of advancement opportunities without a lot of sacrifice.
Decent culture, but severely underbid contracts, and they put you in front of the client after issuing a change order. A bit disorganized, rife with nepotism, and only room for advancement is if 80 hour weeks are worked.

Expectations from the interview do not match the actual work. Travel is more than originally stated.
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Great place to begin a career!
Protiviti (Former Employee), San Francisco Bay Area, CAFebruary 25, 2013
Pros: many social and office events to bring the office together.
Protiviti is a great place to begin and grow a career. There are many opportunities for upward advancement. A new employee would be exposed to many different industries and types of work building their skillset.
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Consultant - Business and Risk Advisory (Current Employee), Abu Dhabi, UAEJuly 5, 2014
A lot of fire fighting every day. From learning perspective its not very good. Co-workers were good. Managing clients. Autonomy was the best part.
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Got chance to work with experience team
CONSULTANT (Current Employee), Dubai, DUNovember 30, 2013
Got chance to work with experience team. Got a chance to perform risk assessment and internal audit for reputed companies in UAE
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Relaxed Environment with minimum work load
Software Support Analyst (Current Employee), Waterloo, ONNovember 21, 2013
Relaxed work times, you may come in at any time you prefer as long as you get your work done.
Co-workers are relaxed and fun to hang out with. Very helpful people when it comes to helping you out with any work.
Weekly lunches at the local pub.

About Protiviti

Protiviti has a proclivity¬†to shield companies from risky activity. The company provides independent internal auditing and risk – Read more