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Good company for professional growth

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(+) - challenging and interesting job content - great clients - a lot of travelling (-): - low work / life balance - management is distanced - low bonuses
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Fun place to work

Great place to work offering interesting projects, good development opportunities and strong benefits. One of the better consulting companies with an ok work life balance
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Good salary for which you pay with your soul

Well-paid job (even if slightly below industry benchmark), great exposure to top managementBehind shiney slides a dog-eat-dog culture with bad people management. Recognition is little available, promotions and individual progress strongly dependent on mentor (no transparency given)


Well-paid, interesting tasks, travel


Poor management qualities, no team culture, rat race
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Good place for quick advancement, but not great growth in terms of company

If you just want quick advancement up the ranks, irrelevant of project topics or expertise, this is a great place. However, the organization does not really support participating and learning from different areas.


Not bad salary, tight team


Bad management
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Global companies with opportunities to grow, but be prepared to put the hours in

Good place to be if you are interested in manufacturing (especially automotive space). Very global company with ample opportunities to work with global companies.


Global, Good projects


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Great benefits, very hierarchical and political

- Some employees are clearly valued more than others - this was very clear when it came to services vs. consultants. - They are trying so hard to do well for their employees and in their industry but they are lying to themselves about their intentions, so they go in this terrible circle year after year. - Benefits were great - Work life balance is great if you are a low-valued employee, terrible if you are highly valued. I've seen people leave for medical leaves due to stress or it simply being their only way out. - No one trusts anyone


Free lunches, great travel perks


Work culture, high stress, long hours
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Smart people, but almost no training

Fantastic company with brilliant people, but somewhat lacking in terms of training opportunities. Work-life balance is the other issue, though management seems to be attempting to work on that. Overall, great company, but you should walk in the door with most of the skills you need.
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Challenging though egotistical environment

The company is based on status entirely. The environment was toxic and a matter of pushing egos and intimidating employees.
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Good firm with lots of international opportunities

-High-level strategy consulting projects -Teams of 3-5 typically -Company currently in growth mode -Top management remains weakness -Good culture with entrepreneurial feel


International opportunities, entrepreneurial, industry focus


Poor work-life balance, small and unknown in N America
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Based on 59 reviews

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2.9 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
4.0 out of 5 stars for Compensation/Benefits
3.5 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
3.2 out of 5 stars for Management
3.3 out of 5 stars for Culture

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