Consultant (Current Employee) – Stamford, CT – January 19, 2018
Good company with good management. The downside is that there is a lack of effective communication between administrative staff and the consulting staff RGP. Also, RGP is not good at transitioning professional consulting staff from a completed project at one client to the next project.
Financial Consultant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 16, 2018
I really did enjoy working for RGP. My clients and projects were of a high quality and I really felt that I was able to make a difference. Enjoyed the management team very much, felt that they were helpful and concerned with career advancement opportunities and me as a person.
Not full time work, so only paid when on an assignment
Many different assignments and management always looked to fulfill your desires in the industry you wanted to work in on a consulting basis. NY office was great. Moved to NC and haven't had much luck down this way!
RGP is an agency that leases employees to companies with a need for skillset. The work-life balance and culture is dependent on the client workplace where you are working. I have enjoyed both assignments and enjoy learning about different industries and business models.
I worked with RGP on and off for over 5 years. They are a great company to work for.....when you're working. They have fair pay and great benefits. Unfortunately, they don't have an aggressive or energetic plan for moving into non-accounting based areas of business. I'm a Supply Chain management professional. Over the 5 years, I had 4-5 assignments with huge gaps of time in between. There was always a plan but very little execution. The leadership team they had when I started was phenomenal. The leadership team now is not.
Consultant (Current Employee) – New York, NY – July 20, 2017
Excellent opportunity if you are looking to be a consultant who enjoys short term engagements with new businesses, projects and enjoys constant change.
It can be stressful if you are not placed on a new assignment before your current engagement ends.
It is difficult to be part of the workplace culture since you are out on assignments so you must be independent and reach out to employees throughout the globe who have similar experience. Attend company events/sessions. There are many. Local and on-line.
Management is changing and evolving in a positive direction.
Consultant (Former Employee) – Houston, Texas – June 22, 2017
I was able to work on a variety of assignments including financial reporting, systems implementations, implementations trouble shooting and changes in GAAP. The assignments were challenging and fulfilling, I was also able to work in various industries, including oil & gas, telecommunications and various utilities.