Pros: Great benefits and encourages working from home type atmostphere
Cons: You can find yourself working lots of unreasonable hours during peak times
This is a great firm to get your foot in the door if you're just getting out of college for an audit job, etc. However, if you're in mid-level career and doing the operational type of stuff (i.e, IFS) there's not so many room for advancement and can get a bit political depending on which group you end up working for. There are some amazing people at the firm who do value individuals and where they see themselves in the future, but it's not always consistent throughout. Sometimes, it's about who you know than your actual skills set, and yes you do have to perform above average. However, there are others who don't and makes you wonder how they got to where they did, which boils down to the network of people you know who can take you to the next level.