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It is a company that existed for long. I did find below as a detriment over the past 5 years.- Delivery centers as complementary to consulting, but using them more during Covid .. representing them as part of consulting equivalent, to make margins happen- Project delivery workforce is a tough spot for people to survice- Covid cuts, did a bad job of these
wellness perks, leave of absence
Bad covid cuts, Struggle to execute tech outcomes
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Great company to work for as a recent college grad. I've worked at the company for about three years now, and this has been an amazing first job out of college. However, if you're someone in the tech field, the compensation isn't that great. You're really not earning that much until you reach Manager level. Work life balance can be great, but you really have to advocate for yourself.
Company who delivery very complex and important engagement for their clients and make them successful . Client. Typically engage us when they feel their carrier would be risk if projects does not get delivered.
Free food, most talented people
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I worked in the Deloitte Federal space so my work/life balance may be different to those in private sector practice. Overall, I would say the quality of people working at Deloitte is its greatest asset. Managers genuinely try to "set you up for success." Deloitte also encourages and has a system that allows you to find work that is most meaningful/interesting to you. Again, in Federal at least work/life balance was very good.
People, work variety, work/life balance
not specific to Deloitte but consulting industry
This is definitely a challenging and at times stressful career. However, you learn so much and there is a plethora of opportunity at all times. Colleagues are incredibly bright and you are paid very well for your time and energy. Must be self-directed and highly motivated to succeed.
Unlimited opportunities to take your career in whatever direction aligns with your interests. Highly matrixed organization that can be overwhelming and challenging to navigate. High expectations with experience dependent on the team you are aligned with.
Great company to build a long term career path if you're an A type personality. Very result oriented, and the way your every minute of productivity is tracked and the way your performance is evaluated can sometimes make you feel like just another dot on a line graph. But other than that you have great job security, benefits, and long term career potential.
Prestigious and you learn a lot quickly
Can be stressful at times and you will have high work loads
I enjoy this job as my first job -- I think it's a great place to learn and develop your business skillset because the opportunities are literally endless within the firm. They give you the chance to pave your own road to learn more about the things you're interested in and energized by.
Learning opportunities, challenged, growth minded company that cares to develop employees
Long hours at times, can get stressful as well if you don't manage up on expectations/time
I have never before worked in such an unprofessional environment. Management constantly misses or cancels meetings at the last minute. Team members and management go on leave without communicating their absence. Objectives are not communicated until after a deliverable has been turned in. Working nights, weekends, and holidays is expected - and generally needed for leadership's lack of time management. Cancel culture runs rampant through every level of management and leadership. Work-life balance is a joke. Utilization (percentage of billable hours per 2080 work-hours per year) is expected to meet or exceed 95%. Any PTO or holiday hours are counted against that utilization rate, making it impossible to meet that goal without working in excess of 50 hours a week every week. Pay isn't bad but, if taking into consideration the hours needed to maintain your job, hourly rates are much lower than most non-consulting corporations.
lack of work-life balance, terrible corporate culture, unprofessional management