Financial Analyst (Former Employee) – Nola and BR – March 10, 2018
You will do well here if you were in a fraternity or sorority in college. Be a good game player and political navigator. Make sure you go to lunch, bars, church with your manager and you will succeed. Production will only get you so far. Dress, speak, eat, and drink the same as the click and your in.
Senior Financial Analyst (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – November 28, 2017
This company pays well, but it is limited to contract work which can end at any time. There is little room for advancement and permanent positions are typically reserved for the favorites. The firm lacks diversity. They do invest a lot of energy into training their employees. The company offers benefits, but premiums are extremely high leaving the employee nearly 75% of the cost. You can gain valuable experience working here.
Financial Analyst (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – September 5, 2017
I worked on the DHECC with P&N. This job was temporary since this was project based. The people were great and the job allowed for advancement (even though it was limited). The job entails a lot of number crunching and computer based work, sometimes with long hours. However, they try to make the environment one that you enjoy, benefits are great, and I had the chance to meet some really amazing people.
Accountant (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – September 13, 2016
The company strives to be a top tier accounting firm in the area, allowing for continuous learning of all employees. They are fairly flexible on work like balance, considering the nature of the work. They could improve on incentive programs and department bonding activities to help retain talent.
Quantititive analysis is good. Houston Management plays favorites with employees. Meetings are base on verbal acknowledgement not set policy and procedures. People are great and teamwork is good as well. But the Houston Management is too biased on employment assessment. Long hours. Merit does not matter. How you are praised by Houston management matters more than how you perform or tenure. Benefits are very expensive for families. Lousiana and Houston management do not care about your good being and how your career progresses.
Productive, learn a lot of new skills, co-workers are knowledgeable and easy to get know. Management is easy going. Typical day is get to know your clients and their needs; solve analytical problems, make deadlines will help you be successful.
Good people, work and life balance
Too much favoritism, lack of job support and terrible benefits.
P&N Consulting - Financial Analyst (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – May 26, 2016
The collaborative environment at P&N allowed me to learn so much in my time there. The team environment was there, but there was also time to sit and dive into a spreadsheet on my own. The benefits are decent, the management is kind, and the company as a whole understands and values a work-family balance.
P&N did a lot of layoffs recently. They said that determining factors for who would be laid off would be based on qualitative measures. Then explain how someone who volunteered twice to do a special role that nobody wants to do, actually performed it for several weeks until a change in the project changed course, always had high productivity, never had a meeting with Management about any issues, and the only meeting ever in which all employees sat through one-on-one the employee got a raving review with 3-4 times the performance in their first three months there? Oh, they weren't in the inner circle. They didn't go to lunch with the two Managers. One Manager purposely (Logan P) never said hi to this person or cared. The other Manager was OK, but Logan was a know-it-all guy who thought he was funny, but most people talked bad about him behind his back.
Good balance between work and life, nice OT pay
Management has favorites, You will be laid off if you're not friends with them or hang after work Logan, you're still not funny and were the worst Manager I've EVER had, bar none