Associate Director (Current Employee) – New York, NY – March 21, 2019
As with most companies; It's what you make of it. This is a consulting organization, so you need to earn (unless your in a supporting role).Two ways to do that: you go out and sell business to get people onto billable projects or you perform a service to clients that gets you billable hours. Simple as that. Your either a marketer, marketable or both.
Senior Consultant (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – March 18, 2019
Work with awesome people who share a lot of similarities. Coworkers are people you want to build relationships with outside of work. Good set of clients that provide interesting and beneficial experience.
Fun, supportive culture of inclusion and diversity
Senior Manager (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 13, 2019
Cultural remnants from Andersen but not necessarily bad. Strong executive team - passionate about people's career journey but sometimes more words than action. MDs pampered at times - division of practice vs. support/ops is loud and clear.
Seems like a great culture, implementation is different at every office
Experienced Hire Recruiting Coordinator (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 17, 2018
They have great sounding benefits (WFH/flexible work arrangements), but unfortunately this is at the discretion of the local HR manager. In many cases, they will make it sound easily achievable but is rarely actually available.
IT Consultant (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – September 26, 2018
Great people, great culture. If you want to do internal audit, it's the place to be. Lots of recognition, plenty of room for growth. compensation could be a little higher, but gets much better the higher you go.
Consultant (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – September 15, 2018
Overall this is a good consulting company to work for. Great culture with plenty of opportunities to get involved. Good compensation program, vacation, and benefits as well. The internal audit SOX work can be tedious and monotonous at times, but there are opportunities to work in more interesting engagements as well. Unfortunately it's a bit too common where engagements get down to the wire/go past the timeline and overtime is required. Managing multiple clients and engagements can be quite the balancing act.
Compensation and culture
Internal audit work, lack of resources resulting in heavy workloads
Manager - Regulatory Risk & Compliance (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 5, 2018
Great place to work and management are very accessible and friendly. Sometimes you get caught up in corporate wiring that carries over from a client, but generally managers keep that away from consultants. Great learning experience for any career path.
senior Manager (Current Employee) – New York, NY – August 11, 2018
The company falls short of the commitments it seeks to make. They undertake clients by telling something them what they have and in reality there isn't any solution for real. Highly unstructured, unplanned schedule with no communication
Internal Audit & Financial Advisory Intern (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 4, 2018
Protiviti was an amazing place to work. It was a continuous learning experience, that opened my eyes to new facets of financial advisory. I learned a lot by testing controls and working directly with clients to walk through their business processes. The most difficult part of the job was probably prioritizing tasks. I was often given many tasks at once and it was my job to complete them based on their relative urgency. Overall, Protiviti allowed me to acquire skills that will be universally applicable to my career.
AML (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – July 11, 2018
The management showed me they were biased and friendly with some consultants and not equally transparent nor friendly with others. The environment appeared to be in constant chaos and changes, and project managers did not appear to have clear understanding of client's objective. People with '0' experience were put in positions to review the work of seasoned and experienced professionals. Very poor management and direction and management showed favortism towards mexicans and latinos
Technology Intern (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – July 8, 2018
I enjoyed my internship. Co-workers were extremely supportive and protivit treats their interns like to-be fulltime employees. highly recommend their intern program, but i can't speak to the onboarding experience once converted.
Typical workday can be unpredictable. You do learn very quickly, though. You will be placed in various situations that will challenge you mentally and will sharpen all of your soft and technical skills. I would say that management is not great at retaining their seniors, there is a lack of care and other "important" things to worry about than helping train your senior to be a manager it seems. Work place culture is very fun. You fill like a family.
Flexible work schedules, most people actually care about you, variety of learning experiences
not great 401(k) benefits, poor management, structure cannot handle growth
Consulting Manager (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – May 23, 2018
I worked there a long time ago, but my experience was that RHI treated its consultants like we were the temporary workers they that made up RHI, and we had very little autonomy. Also, revolvolving door of director level and up. At times I had no idea who I worked for/reported to.
Excellent work place environment- Company is noted as "Best in Class" Great culture and diversity. Tremendous amount of travel. The most enjoyable aspect is the various types of work projects, which differs based on company needs.