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Company
Accenture
Headquarters
Dublin, Ireland
Employees
10,000 +
Industry
Consulting

Representation - Gender Identity

61.6%
Male
38.4
Female

Representation - Race

9.3%
Black
29.3%
Asian
9.2%
Latinx
0.4%
Native American
49.4%
White
Other

Handling the application process

October 9, 2020

NETWORK. I genuinely think that I failed the case interview, but I had built such a strong network of folks at Accenture that I think I got their support to be pushed through.

October 9, 2020

Attend all of the information sessions, and then try to schedule 1 on 1 time with the recruiter afterwards to talk about what you want to do and why you’re interested in working at ACN.

August 7, 2020

Provide a range of leadership experiences where you are responsible for the outcome. Be ready to speak to them intelligently during the interview and show your passion for actually wanting to be a consultant at Accenture.

July 9, 2020

So much of life is about telling your story. Preparing your application for a company is no different. Of course, your resume is a large part of that story, but we will come back to that - there are other things that can complete the picture of who you are and what your story is.

July 9, 2020

How were you introduced to the company? It is great if you were referred, but if not, always be as specific as possible when sharing the source of your interest. At minimum it could be an opportunity to have your application reviewed in a smaller pool of candidates. At best it could be your first opportunity to differentiate yourself in the eyes of the reviewer. If you attended OSTEM or SHPE Conference and your application reviewer was there as well, that is an instant opportunity to get a second look.

July 9, 2020

What are you including? Something as simple as including some of the optional information can be telling. If an application calls for submission of an unofficial transcript, why wait until you are selected? Submit it upfront in anticipation of an interview. This shows initiative and confidence.

July 9, 2020

Are you aligning you interests with locations? Rather than blindly selecting your 'dream' locations, research the company's offerings and how they align with your interests. Then make informed decisions about your location choices. Example: if you are interested in Finance, instead of simply jumping to NYC as your number one choice, see if there is a presence in cities like Dallas, Charlotte or Boston that are also Finance hubs. Ultimately, you want to ensure your application package is complete, thoughtful and intentional.

July 9, 2020

If you have always been interested in Technology, make it evident by sharing any pertinent groups or informal roles you held in your positions. If you were the go-to system trouble-shooter at your previous job, formalize that and include it as a bullet. If you are the Production Assistant or Technology lead for your alumni association, don't skip that, either.

Navigating the company culture

August 13, 2020

Find your family and find your tribe. Find people that you can be your authentic self around. For me that was people that I met in the AAERG or people that looked like me. Those are the people you can have honest conversation with and share stories with.

August 13, 2020

Try to understand where everybody comes from, and meet them where they are. Everyone had different experiences growing up. At the same time though, don’t be afraid to speak up if you feel like you were wronged. Accenture is good about taking action if things are reported.

August 13, 2020

The more that you can feel out what practice that you’re interested in, the better. That’s going to impact your day to day the most. As an analyst, I always knew I was interested in talent and organization. If you know you want to work in a specific practice, you need to see what the people are like because those will be your main people, and if you don’t like those people, then you won’t like Accenture.

August 7, 2020

When I first started at Accenture, I had nobody that I could talk to. I was nervous, and even though I know I work hard, being in that environment really threw me off. I didn't feel like I belonged there. You just have to have that mindset that you�re there for a reason. You don't need to compare yourself to people that are already at that point. Find your strengths and hone in on your strengths, and you�ll slowly gain more confidence and get up to speed.

Succeeding in the promotion process

August 13, 2020

Have very clear priorities and document your performance. It’s a combination of your own input and your manager’s input. Managers can remember what you do well or what they didn’t like about your work. You need to have your own receipts.

August 10, 2020

Go in 1. Knowing your worth, and 2. Being open to feedback. I was a cockier analyst, so I was surprised when they told me that not everything I was doing was perfect. Not all feedback is bad, and there are some things that you'll just have to grow at.

August 7, 2020

The freedom that Accenture gives you to craft your own story through requested feedback is really important to getting promoted. You know who you have good relationships with and who you work best with, so when it comes to crafting your story, you have to document everything, but also get the right people to vouch for you.

August 7, 2020

You have to have a lot of eyes on you and make sure that your work is visible to people at least a couple levels above you because when it comes down to performance, their voices matter more than yours.

June 2, 2020

Make sure you find plus ones that you can work on. They have an impact on you getting promoted, and they can help you build community with the rest of the people in your local office.

June 1, 2020

Use your networks! Make sure your career counselor your story and has been informed on all of your successes throughout your time at Accenture.

Negotiating salary & benefits

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Shaping your career development

October 9, 2020

Be vocal about the work you do. Everyone will say that, but I’ve gotten feedback from managers that I need to let people know about my accomplishments more often. I’m generally a quiet person, so it’s not natural for me to boast about what I’ve done, but that’s the only way you’re going to progress at Accenture.

August 13, 2020

Try a little bit of everything. In your first two years, you’re in the consulting development program. They’ve changed it recently to where you can’t be on one project for more than six months. Move around and find out what you’re naturally passionate about. Find the intersection of what you’re good at and what you’re passionate about. What’s the thing that you can be in the top 10% of the world in? Only you know what that thing is.

August 10, 2020

I don’t think any training that I’ve done on the learning board has been helpful, but being on the client site is helpful. I do think area-specific training is good. For example, I’m aligned to banking, so it’d be good for me to do area specific training, but it’s hard for analysts to find a budget for that. Reach out to your career counselor and ask how you can be better.

August 7, 2020

Envision your long term goals and try to tailor your short term opportunities to get you there. Take additional training as needed to progress in your area of interest and pursue certifications.

September 6, 2020

Management Consultant

Atlanta, GA

tenure:

3-5 years

Promotion discussions

I’ve had a pretty normal experience. I’ve always maxed out bonuses and I’ve always gotten promoted when I’ve been up for promotions. I wrote a script for my career counselor to read when he was representing me in the discussions. Overall, the process has been open. All of my career counselors have been open in telling me what I'm doing well and what I’m not doing well, and I’ve never disagreed with them.

Company culture

It's a great place to start your career outside of school. They do a great job creating community for their new employees. You get in what you put in.

Company culture

Being gay, I was nervous to start at work, but seeing all of the ERGs around Pride has helped me get more comfortable.

Company culture

I have seen that in the recent months, Accenture tends to put more resources towards programs but not as much time. For example, they’ll have a Black Senior Manager and an MD stand up a diversity council in the Southeast when they already have so many other plus one responsibilities. They ask a lot of their minority employees.

Diversity programs

I think that they’re great and I’m glad that they have them, but the company needs to support them in ways that can actually be beneficial. It’s frustrating that we get thrown all this money, but the same 10 people are expected to plan events. It’s also great to see that C-levels come to the events, but it becomes a lot when you’re expected to do as much as you are at Accenture being a minority.

September 6, 2020

Management Consultant

New York City, NY

tenure:

3-5 years

Promotion discussions

Every year, my talent discussions have gone pretty well. That’s reflective of your expectations as an analyst where you’re just expected to be present.

Promotion discussions

Becoming a manager requires you to do a lot of plus ones, and because I’m trying to leave, I don’t want to spend time on that.

Promotion discussions

The model of the talent discussions makes sense in that you have to have your priorities laid out, but I think it’s very subjective. I don’t think that we formally rank people, but I know that there’s some sort of under-the-table ranking, and I know they lay off people that are in the bottom five percent. I wonder where the transparency is where people that are low performers know where they stand and if there’s anything they need to do to improve.

Company culture

I don’t think that I’ve stayed because of the culture. I’ve been actively trying to leave for a while. There’s a culture within cultures, which is a byproduct of how large consulting firms are structured.

Company culture

Within the Talent practice, there’s not a lot of people of color, so in my two years of being a consultant, that’s been a big difference. As an analyst, there’s a lot more people that look like you in projects. But when you start getting into your practice area, the numbers look a lot different. That’s something that’s changed - being on projects with people I know vs. being on projects with people I don’t know.

August 16, 2020

Management Consultant

New York City, NY

tenure:

3-5 years

Promotion discussions

There’s some ambiguity in promotion discussions. It’s fair in that what I expected is what I got. At one point they said they were doing a laddering system to compare you to others, and then they stopped doing that. So there’s just not much clarity.

Promotion discussions

For the most part, when I’ve set a goal to get promoted or to work above expectations, I’ve hit that goal.

Company culture

The company culture has been good. I’ve made some really good connections, and that’s probably what’s kept me here so long. I’ve met some good people that have taken care of me, and I’ve worked on some interesting projects.

Company culture

Work-life balance is really dependent on the project that you’re on. I’ve been on some where it’s out of control - 8am - 9pm; and then I’ve been on some that are a normal 9-5. It’s consistent with consulting as a whole.

Diversity programs

I’m biased because I’m on the executive board for the ERGs, but I like to think that we’re impactful. We try to have a couple events for the community and get people engaged.

August 8, 2020

Management Consultant

Houston, TX

tenure:

3-5 years

Application and interview process

I entered directly from undergrad. 2 behavioral interviews and one case study. Process could have been faster.

Promotion discussions

The process is very transparent. They submit communications far in advance, and you really have the freedom to craft your own story and get someone to tell it for you.

Promotion discussions

I appreciate how Accenture separates the person that evaluates you from the people on your project. Your CC is your advocate, and it’s nice that you can separate biases and that if you have a one hiccup at the client site, it doesn’t necessarily mess up your chance at promotion because there’s a layer of hierarchy they have.

Company culture

From my experience the culture has been very inclusive. I haven’t had any pressing things in terms of not feeling included.

Company culture

I feel there is a natural separation between your professional self and personal self.

July 12, 2020

Recruitment Specialist

tenure:

1-3 years

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May 28, 2020

(Former) Consulting Senior Analyst

Boston, MA

tenure:

Relationships with manager(s)

My manager was open with me regarding how I was doing and was transparent with what needed to grow. We met on a bi-monthly basis to ensure I was on track. If I had any issues, my manager ensured that they would be addressed and would bring in the necessary people to help find a resolution. I took a lot for me to find a good manager, I would say for those entering in to the firm, interview leadership you like or aspire to be because those are the ones that will invest in you.

Diversity programs

They do well in trying to make the company as diverse as possible. I have never seen a company where a team was more than 2+ kinds of people.

Diversity programs

Providing more diversity as leaders go up the professional food chain because I rarely saw MDs that looked like me or just non White and mainly male. Another thing would be is to have a steady structure because a lot of change occurred throughout my tenure there. Lastly, I wished they had some sort of program to better invest in their employees because retention is high - but then again it's consulting so it makes sense.

May 28, 2020

Consultant

Boston, MA

tenure:

Relationships with manager(s)

I have great relationships with my managers. I am so grateful for the people I have gotten to work for and with. I don't feel comfortable always speaking my mind, but in Korean culture, that's not exactly "encouraged", so I've learned to be okay with that. If I could change anything about my relationship with my manager, it would be for her to be more honest and less speculative with us about project timing. Still, I know that's a product of the industry as an attempt to retain talent on projects so that's not something that would necessarily be better elsewhere.

Training and career development

Accenture has many resources to develop industry relevant technical and professional skills. In person, given the right connections, you can find support for in person training programs. Online, there are training resources for all employees, and more specialized training programs within practices.

Company culture

My local office is two stories tall and at one time could probably hold upwards of 200 people. Yet, there are over 1,400 employees who claim that local office to be their primary workplace. I understand that as contractors, we aren't necessarily required to be around, but it is extremely difficult to make the connections that can help accelerate a career when no one shows up. In my local office, there are 0 people in my practice (that me and my mentors have been able to identify); In my practice, I don't know any other Koreans in my country. I feel like I've had to choose between work I find fulfilling and a network that can support me, and I have no clue if I made the right choice. Further, I am a Korean male in my mid 20s. For the 2.5+ years working here so far, I have met 1 person who is also Korean and has a higher title than me. I don't let that bother me in how I handle my business, but it would be nice to have more than 1 person I can go to for advice on how to handle expectations among colleagues I have questions or am uncertain about.

Training and career development

Also, Accenture does a good job of providing financial support for business resource groups that they call Employee Resource Groups. As long as there is a business reason for the group, the local office will try to provide financial support according to the number of people in ERG.

Diversity programs

Further, I am a Korean male in my mid 20s. For the 2.5+ years working here so far, I have met 1 person who is also Korean and has a higher title than me. I don't let that bother me in how I handle my business, but it would be nice to have more than 1 person I can go to for advice on how to handle expectations among colleagues I have questions or am uncertain about.

May 28, 2020

Senior Analyst

New York City, NY

tenure:

Relationships with manager(s)

Very open and respectful

Company culture

Inclusive of new joiners, and minorities

May 28, 2020

Consultant

Philadelphia, PA

tenure:

Relationships with manager(s)

Close. I would say more like a friend who I report to, rather than someone who I am "below". Almost all of my past and present managers at Accenture have given me just the right combination of space to create solutions, be challenged, and be creative while also providing their support and guidance when needed.

Company culture

Because of its size, Accenture is very flexible. I have very particular needs in terms of work flexibility (remote work, shifting hours during certain times of the year), and Accenture has gone above and beyond in meeting those needs. Additionally, Accenture hires great people, not just in terms of skills and experience but really in personality. There are few people that I have met at Accenture that I would not enjoy working with

Diversity programs

Create more programs for keeping diverse employees. They have a ton of programs for bringing us in (and they do a great job with that), but once you are in, there are not very many programs, other than a few ERGs, to support your staying and your growth at Accenture as a minority individual.

May 28, 2020

Management Consultant

Northeast Region

tenure:

Relationships with manager(s)

It depends on the manager but generally positive. Managers like projects, are hit or miss.

End-to-end

Providing a variety of different opportunities for the people who work there. If you find the right sponsors there is also the ability to move across different business units and industries which is nice but that's often difficult to do although it is often touted as one of the benefits of working at the company.

Diversity programs

Retention of people of color and supporting people and their career objectives. In addition, supporting people whose career priorities no longer align with one particular part of the business to move to another. Finally, caring about employees outside of simply being "resources", and taking in to account their objectives and plans. They sell people on autonomy but there is a sheer lack of that.

May 28, 2020

Consultant

Northeast Region

tenure:

Training and career development

More generally, I think that Accenture needs to be better at providing more transparency into the rotational development program that is offered to undergraduates. I think that the CDP/TDP program is falsely marketed and Analysts end up feeling a bit more pigeon-holed in the differing types of opportunities available to them. I also don't think applicants understand the extent of the technology focus we have as a firm, and therefore, traditional "Management Consulting" work is limited.

Relationships with manager(s)

Since starting, I have up to ten managers in varying roles/projects and it's been a mixed bag. Some managers go out of their way to make you feel supported and challenged, while others have been very immature. Even if I don't feel as though I'm not feeling properly supported by my manager on a specific project, I make it a point to maintain relationships with my mentors outside of the project and throughout various segments of the firm. I have found incredible mentors who are willing to go above and beyond to provide me with opportunities.

Company culture

You will hear this over and over again from most people within the firm, but I honestly mean it in that the work that I do is rewarding because of the people that I get to work with. I have met some of my best friends at Accenture and some amazing mentors. I also think that Accenture offers a wide range of challenging and varying experiences.

Diversity programs

In terms of diversity, Accenture could improve on attracting more diverse talent in levels of Manager and above. I think that Accenture has recognized the criticality of attracting diverse talent, but I only see efforts in attracting diverse hires out of university into the rotational development program. Within the firm, the most visible gap is the lack of diversity at levels between Manager and MD. It's so important that we both hire employees from differing backgrounds but also ensure that we retain our diverse talent. I think there are a good amount of initiatives/events, but it depends on the industry/alignment you are within the firm - some are better than others.

May 28, 2020

(Former) Senior Analyst

Midwest Region

tenure:

Relationships with manager(s)

Some managers I keep in close contact, others I stay connected to, and one was a major factor into me leaving the company.

Diversity programs

Developing and retaining talent. Listening to different employee segments especially age to look for themes such as manager relationship, job satisfaction, training availability, etc. There seemed to be a lager than normal disconnect between leadership and individual contributors. Enterprise/Industry communication regarding strategy, threats, or growth was siloed and not consistent.

May 28, 2020

Senior Analyst

Boston, MA

tenure:

Relationships with manager(s)

I currently have a strong relationship with my managers. They respect my work and my contributions. This was not always the case in the past but my current team actively works to question pre conceived notions about where good ideas come from.

Diversity programs

Accenture hosts events and creates employee resource groups that support diverse team members.

Diversity programs

While officially there are several efforts to improve diversity, it is not seen as much in the higher levels as it is in the junior levels. There is also some ambiguity in what warrants a promotion, leaving some POC in the grey area when there is not a specific reason why or why not they were promoted or not compared with peers.

May 28, 2020

Consulting Analyst

Northeast Region

tenure:

Relationships with manager(s)

It depends on the manager. With the way project work happens, you change managers with every project. I have had some transphobic managers, but not overtly transphobic. The policies protect you from them saying overtly transphobic things, but some definitely have treated me differently than all the cisgender people on the project and have done things like shared the fact that I was transgender with the entire project team before I even had my first day on the project. Thankfully, they do have an HR lead who is quite high up with real power who is dedicated to LGBTQ issues. So when I've found myself on projects such as these with those types of managers, I can email or call her, and I'll hear back normally within 24 hours. She then will help me navigate the situation by giving me several options on how to handle it, letting me make the ultimate choice on what I feel is best to do, and then supporting me in that action (even if it is getting of the project and onto a different one). When this has occurred, she has made sure I get moved to a good new project with a great manager. So bad initial experience in a few cases, but great effort to fix it and ensure that my career isn't hurt by it.

Diversity programs

I've found that it does try to uplift the voices of trans employees, at least a few key leaders do within the organization, once the trans people are hired. So I think there is a pretty good trans retention rate because it's a lot better of a workplace environment for trans people than most other options in the job market. They let those of us who are currently at the company take the lead and provide continual guidance around trans-related policies and healthcare benefits.

Diversity programs

While they might be good to the trans people who are already there, I don't see much of an effort to increase the numbers. There are less than ten out trans people across the company in the United States and probably less than 20 (maybe 30) globally, which is an insane under-representation when you consider trans people are at least 2% of the population and the company is about 500,000 people. Also, almost all of the out trans people are white trans women (male to female)...probably less than 5% of all out trans people at Accenture are trans masculine (female to male), non-binary, or trans people of color. And I don't see much of an effort to correct this imbalance.

May 28, 2020

Management Consulting Analyst

Washington, D.C.

tenure:

Relationships with manager(s)

Great, the morale and culture is certainly up to par.

End-to-end

Sometimes they hire entry-level employees that don't have many skills/great education backgrounds to work the operational roles. I think they can do a better job of hiring higher quality people in that sense. To be honest, if someone graduates from an unaccredited college, and they don't have many applicable skills, Accenture shouldn't paying them full salaries to copy and paste. It also brings down the "value" of an Accenture offer/role/the prestige of the company's brand.

Accessibility

I'm not open about my disability, I'm just seen as easily frightened at work.

May 28, 2020

Management Consultant

New York City, NY

tenure:

Relationships with manager(s)

I've had 5 managers; 3 have been great, 2 not so much. It varies from project to project, but the good thing is that projects typically don't last more than 6 months. So if you have a bad manager, you're not stuck with him/her for too long.

Diversity programs

Representation needs WORK. Need to see more people of color in leadership positions (MD and above). They're putting in the work to bring minorities in, but they should be better about getting them up the ladder.

Diversity programs

Accenture makes genuine efforts towards I&D. It's hard to say that it's working because the numbers aren't there on a large scale, but having worked with multiple diversity teams, I've seen it first hand. Also, the people are really cool and down-to-earth. Not what you'd expect from a big consulting company.

May 28, 2020

Strategy Senior Analyst

Boston, MA

tenure:

Relationships with manager(s)

The relationship with my managers, who have all been females, has been great. They are understanding and truly work to help you grow your career. The relationship with my MDs, who have all been males, has not been as great simply given the lack of quality time spent together but also given the fact that I cannot see them as role models or someone who I would want to emulate. The dynamic is different.

Diversity programs

Several ad-hoc initiatives (e.g., women's initiatives) have been started within different groups & practices to encourage and foster growth given the lack of female leadership at the MD level. The company also hosts International Women's Day events across multiple offices.

May 28, 2020

Consulting Senior Analyst

Northeast Region

tenure:

Relationships with manager(s)

My own experience has been relatively positive with managers, but this is heavily dependent on employees personal experiences based off of project selection and industry. I have had both great and poor managers, but overall the experience has been more of the former.

Diversity programs

As far as the type of work goes, Accenture has been focusing a lot of time and effort in the IT implementation space. So if this is something you are interested in then Accenture is the consulting firm for you. In terms of culture, Accenture has excelled at creating a inclusive environment that encourages employees to interact with one another, especially on Fridays in the office. Overall the recruiting efforts for diversity have followed trend with all large fortune 500 companies in order to build a more diversified community.

Training and career development

Improve on being transparent on the type of work that analyst and consultants will be doing their first couple years. It is important to understand that Accenture is not a strictly management consulting or strategy shop and a lot of the work that is being done ill be tailored towards IT implementations. This can be frustrating for consultants who wanted to do more "traditional" management consulting, but instead have been pulled into more technology roles because of lack of resources to cover this type of work.

May 28, 2020

Consultant

New York City, NY

tenure:

Relationships with manager(s)

In general, most of my relationships with managers have been very normal and professional. While some managers have been a bit overbearing or demanding at times, nothing ever felt inappropriate for the workplace. That said, I have heard stories from women at the company that were fairly different, and would at the very least have been described as unprofessional.

Diversity programs

I think Accenture does a good job saying the right things. We recently became one of the only large professional services companies to publish a company-wide diversity report. We've taken efforts to reach set gender pay and promotion goals by 2025 and report on those goals each quarter. I think we also generally hire fun, smart driven people.

Diversity programs

Accenture could do a much better job with its mentor and career counselor programs. In my experience these positions have been treated as holding almost no importance. Support for employee resource groups could hardly be described as fair or equal.

May 28, 2020

Consultant

Southwest Region

tenure:

Relationships with manager(s)

I've been fortunate to have knowledgeable managers who are focused on developing others.

Diversity programs

Diversity representation at leadership levels; being transparent/flexible about career/alignment process and/or opportunities.

May 28, 2020

Senior Analyst

Boston, MA

tenure:

Relationships with manager(s)

Overall, I'd say that the people within the firm are by far the best thing about working here. Even when I've had "bad" managers, there are always other people around that have had my best interest in mind and the ability to make sure I had the support I've needed to do my job. One of my former managers is now a close friend and mentor.

Training and career development

Accenture does a good job of providing opportunities for training and skill development. While how much time you have to access these training resources will depend on client work, there is a vast amount of trainings and certifications you can explore.

Training and career development

In general, the company should work on creating similar experiences for new joiners coming into the firm. There should be a better foundation set for how to get acclimated, the performance review cycle, available training resources etc to allow the same base knowledge for growth opportunities and decision making.

Relationships with manager(s)

Overall, I'd say that the people within the firm are by far the best thing about working here. Even when I've had "bad" managers, there are always other people around that have had my best interest in mind and the ability to make sure I had the support I've needed to do my job. One of my former managers is now a close friend and mentor.

May 28, 2020

Senior Analyst

Southeast Region

tenure:

Relationships with manager(s)

Great, but I think my situation is very unique.

September 3, 2020

Overall

Salary

$105,000

Management Consultant

New York City, NY

tenure

3-5 years

Diversity

Representation

Recruiting and retention

Diversity programs

role transparency

Accuracy of job requirements

Accuracy of job description

opportunity

Promotion and upward mobility

Training and career development

Contribution to work

environment

Work-life balance

Work flexibility

Work inclusiveness

August 31, 2020

Overall

Salary

$105,000

Management Consultant

Atlanta, GA

tenure

3-5 years

Diversity

Representation

Recruiting and retention

Diversity programs

role transparency

Accuracy of job requirements

Accuracy of job description

opportunity

Promotion and upward mobility

Training and career development

Contribution to work

environment

Work-life balance

Work flexibility

Work inclusiveness

August 13, 2020

Overall

Salary

$110,000

Management Consultant

New York City, NY

tenure

3-5 years

Diversity

Representation

Recruiting and retention

Diversity programs

role transparency

Accuracy of job requirements

Accuracy of job description

opportunity

Promotion and upward mobility

Training and career development

Contribution to work

environment

Work-life balance

Work flexibility

Work inclusiveness

August 7, 2020

Overall

Salary

$98,000

Management Consultant

Houston, TX

tenure

3-5 years

Diversity

Representation

Recruiting and retention

Diversity programs

role transparency

Accuracy of job requirements

Accuracy of job description

opportunity

Promotion and upward mobility

Training and career development

Contribution to work

environment

Work-life balance

Work flexibility

Work inclusiveness

March 20, 2020

Overall

Salary

$78,000

Management Consulting Analyst

Washington, D.C.

tenure

Diversity

Representation

Recruiting and retention

Diversity programs

role transparency

Accuracy of job requirements

Accuracy of job description

opportunity

Promotion and upward mobility

Training and career development

Contribution to work

environment

Work-life balance

Work flexibility

Work inclusiveness

March 16, 2020

Overall

Salary

$85,000

Consulting Analyst

Northeast Region

tenure

Diversity

Representation

Recruiting and retention

Diversity programs

role transparency

Accuracy of job requirements

Accuracy of job description

opportunity

Promotion and upward mobility

Training and career development

Contribution to work

environment

Work-life balance

Work flexibility

Work inclusiveness

January 9, 2020

Overall

Salary

$88,000

Senior Analyst

Southeast Region

tenure

Diversity

Representation

Recruiting and retention

Diversity programs

role transparency

Accuracy of job requirements

Accuracy of job description

opportunity

Promotion and upward mobility

Training and career development

Contribution to work

environment

Work-life balance

Work flexibility

Work inclusiveness

January 3, 2020

Overall

Salary

$90,000

Senior Analyst

Boston, MA

tenure

Diversity

Representation

Recruiting and retention

Diversity programs

role transparency

Accuracy of job requirements

Accuracy of job description

opportunity

Promotion and upward mobility

Training and career development

Contribution to work

environment

Work-life balance

Work flexibility

Work inclusiveness

November 25, 2019

Overall

Salary

$75,000

(Former) Senior Analyst

Midwest Region

tenure

Diversity

Representation

Recruiting and retention

Diversity programs

role transparency

Accuracy of job requirements

Accuracy of job description

opportunity

Promotion and upward mobility

Training and career development

Contribution to work

environment

Work-life balance

Work flexibility

Work inclusiveness

November 18, 2019

Overall

Salary

$102,000

Consultant

Northeast Region

tenure

Diversity

Representation

Recruiting and retention

Diversity programs

role transparency

Accuracy of job requirements

Accuracy of job description

opportunity

Promotion and upward mobility

Training and career development

Contribution to work

environment

Work-life balance

Work flexibility

Work inclusiveness

October 12, 2019

Overall

Salary

$100,000

Management Consultant

Northeast Region

tenure

Diversity

Representation

Recruiting and retention

Diversity programs

role transparency

Accuracy of job requirements

Accuracy of job description

opportunity

Promotion and upward mobility

Training and career development

Contribution to work

environment

Work-life balance

Work flexibility

Work inclusiveness

October 9, 2019

Overall

Salary

$95,000

Consultant

Philadelphia, PA

tenure

Diversity

Representation

Recruiting and retention

Diversity programs

role transparency

Accuracy of job requirements

Accuracy of job description

opportunity

Promotion and upward mobility

Training and career development

Contribution to work

environment

Work-life balance

Work flexibility

Work inclusiveness

September 30, 2019

Overall

Salary

$84,500

Senior Analyst

Boston, MA

tenure

Diversity

Representation

Recruiting and retention

Diversity programs

role transparency

Accuracy of job requirements

Accuracy of job description

opportunity

Promotion and upward mobility

Training and career development

Contribution to work

environment

Work-life balance

Work flexibility

Work inclusiveness

September 30, 2019

Overall

Salary

$92,000

Consultant

Boston, MA

tenure

Diversity

Representation

Recruiting and retention

Diversity programs

role transparency

Accuracy of job requirements

Accuracy of job description

opportunity

Promotion and upward mobility

Training and career development

Contribution to work

environment

Work-life balance

Work flexibility

Work inclusiveness

September 30, 2019

Overall

Salary

$85,000

(Former) Consulting Senior Analyst

Boston, MA

tenure

Diversity

Representation

Recruiting and retention

Diversity programs

role transparency

Accuracy of job requirements

Accuracy of job description

opportunity

Promotion and upward mobility

Training and career development

Contribution to work

environment

Work-life balance

Work flexibility

Work inclusiveness

September 27, 2019

Overall

Salary

$98,000

Consultant

Southwest Region

tenure

Diversity

Representation

Recruiting and retention

Diversity programs

role transparency

Accuracy of job requirements

Accuracy of job description

opportunity

Promotion and upward mobility

Training and career development

Contribution to work

environment

Work-life balance

Work flexibility

Work inclusiveness

September 25, 2019

Overall

Salary

$95,000

Strategy Senior Analyst

Boston, MA

tenure

Diversity

Representation

Recruiting and retention

Diversity programs

role transparency

Accuracy of job requirements

Accuracy of job description

opportunity

Promotion and upward mobility

Training and career development

Contribution to work

environment

Work-life balance

Work flexibility

Work inclusiveness

September 25, 2019

Overall

Salary

$85,000

Consulting Senior Analyst

Northeast Region

tenure

Diversity

Representation

Recruiting and retention

Diversity programs

role transparency

Accuracy of job requirements

Accuracy of job description

opportunity

Promotion and upward mobility

Training and career development

Contribution to work

environment

Work-life balance

Work flexibility

Work inclusiveness

September 23, 2019

Overall

Salary

$108,000

Management Consultant

New York City, NY

tenure

Diversity

Representation

Recruiting and retention

Diversity programs

role transparency

Accuracy of job requirements

Accuracy of job description

opportunity

Promotion and upward mobility

Training and career development

Contribution to work

environment

Work-life balance

Work flexibility

Work inclusiveness

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