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Fleixible, but still set around "core" hours

Answered March 27, 2019

Even on tough client engagements, I feel supported and empowered by my leaders and co-workers. It's a legitimate culture here, not bs.

Answered July 6, 2017

I left Slalom due to very difficult commute.

Answered May 2, 2020

If Slolom is not interested in an on-site candidate, it would be better shorten the interview times. For example partner one and two each interview for an hour, they are not impressed. Pass it on, if unimpressed, shorten the interview time with the rest of the partners. Almost 6 hours of interviewing is extreme, then to get turned down, is very dissapointing.

Answered August 4, 2019

The hiring process probably took a month from start to finish, with the process involving an initial phone screening, then two on-site interviews.

Answered August 23, 2019

Depends on the customer, I've had several engagements where I was free to work from home

Answered February 2, 2020

Typically 3-4 rounds - starting with a screen by recruiter, then passed over to practice leaders for 1 hour discussions.

Answered May 22, 2018

Offer greater transparency into the staffing pipeline, allow consultants greater control over their own project assignments, stop hiring purely to increase headcount and focus more on quality and experience. I am sure that the firm will do none of these things, however.

Answered August 28, 2019
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