12 hours a day is a norm! and of course, one works on Sundays default to ready up for Monday meeting/ reports! If you get Sat work free, god bless - run on the Hudson!
Work/life balance was decent depending on engagement. Travel is required as well depending on line of service and client.
Answered - Management Consultant (Former Employee) - New York, NY
Does vary from typical 8 hours in that work can run into evening and over weekends.
Answered - Senior Manager - Platform Solutions (Current Employee) - Tampa, FL
45+ hours per week
Answered - Manager (Current Employee) - Washington, DC
Depends on where you work within the firm. Client service staff tend to work longer hours, depending on the time of year and whether its 'busy season', you could work 10, 12, 15 hours and other times only 8 - its never 9-5. Internal firm staff will work a more standard workday, perhaps 8-10 hours on average.
Answered - Human Capital Operations (Current Employee) - New York, NY
No such thing as a 40 hour work week
Answered - Director Marketing and Sales (Current Employee) - Philadelphia, PA
8 unless there are special projects that should come up that require additional hours.
Answered - I.T. Specialist (Current Employee) - Boston, MA
We usually work overtime to finish the whole project on time. It's about 9 hours a day.
Answered - Risk Assurance Intern (Former Employee) - Beijing
Long. When you working on a project, the work day is 10-16 hours.
Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - London, England
Regular, with possible overtime
Answered - Executive Assistant-Global Communication (Former Employee) - NY, NY