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Sexual harassment #metoo

2.0 of 5 stars

February 2018 | CURRENT EMPLOYEE

Uppers

Great training and learning, especially at Deloitte University. Lots of intellectual challenge and stimulation.

Downers

Terrible sexual harassment. Too much alcohol and so much of our time is spent off site at clients, traveling, in conferences or at DU, it creates perfect opportunity. Partners take advantage and show up at my hotel room door trying to get in, or invite me to their room for some work. One partner forced himself on me in a hotel. I reported it to Ethics and they didn’t do anything about it! Disgusting.

Advice to Candidates

Enjoy the learning but be very careful of evening gatherings with heavy alcohol!

Small Talk preferred over Smart Work

2.0 of 5 stars

January 2018 | CURRENT EMPLOYEE

Uppers

-> Decent pay
-> Lenient perks of a being a traveling consultant
-> Scattered information BUT plenty of information available within the firm for self learning and analysis
-> Access to premium subscriptions like Gartner, Forrester, etc.
-> Invested in learning and development
-> Deloitte University is a fantastic place to spend time at
-> Partners and Directors are very approachable

Downers

-> Most folks are talkers NOT drivers
-> The in house expertise is severely lacking - many times as an employee you feel empathy towards the clients who pay for 10 billable resources but truly there are just 2 or 3 decent resources who have the knowledge to execute the tasks at hand
-> Work Life balance can go for a serious toss based on the project one finds himself working on
-> Promotion and appraisals are manifeested transparent but in reality they are convoluted. Promotions are served on a silver platter to those who mingle well with their sr. Managers than to those who get more work done
-> External certifications - no policies clearly specified and hard to get approvals for even basic stuff like CSM, PMP, etc.
-> West coast employees are almost always expected to work East coast hours irrespective of the location of clients and when they are paired with East coast team members
-> Hire and fire culture - no job stability irrespective of your level - whether consultant or Sr Manager, you could be fired at an hour's notice
-> Excruciatingly painful immigration process, severe delays in acting upon LCAs, Visas and GC applications

Advice to Candidates

-> Ask which team and client will you work for
-> It is difficult to find a billable project without networking. Start networking early - even before you join the company if possible
-> Get a good counselor if you end up joining the company, preferably someone who has been around for over 5 to 6 years
-> For Sr. Consultants and below - the company only sponsors GC in EB3 and even though they say that they will start the process in 6 months, it can take well over 2.5 years to get an I140

Transformative journey, but not the final destination

2.2 of 5 stars

Experienced in Financial Services | Seattle, WA | 2017 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

Working with brilliant people on extremely tough projects that transform companies.

Downers

No work/life balance, not being able to ever disconnect, very exclusive tribal culture in leadership, not being able to move around in the firm to pursue new career interests once established in a given area.

Starts off great, but becomes much less attractive and lucrative over time!

2.2 of 5 stars

Executive in Business Operations | Chicago, IL | 2017 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

Very sharp and intelligent people. Everyone works extremely hard and is 'Type A'

Downers

The compensation

Advice to Candidates

Be prepared for long hours and low raises even if you're a high performer

Great Learning Experience and Career Launch, with some downsides

2.3 of 5 stars

Midlevel in Human Resources | 2016 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

I have learned a lot quickly over a short period of time and got to work closely with clients.

Downers

Work/life balance is the biggest drawback

Frustrating, it's hard to do what your best at (even if you excel at what you're assigned to)

2.4 of 5 stars

Experienced in IT Strategy | Los Angeles, CA | 2016 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

Good people

Downers

Very difficult to do what you're best at on a day to day basis.

Advice to Candidates

Think strongly about what you want to do, if your'e assigned a service line that you have doubts about - trust your gig and decline to find another option. Internal mobility at Deloitte doesn't really exist.

Unfortunate experience in sexist and agist environment

1.9 of 5 stars

Experienced in Health Care and/or Pharmaceuticals | San Francisco, CA | 2016 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

good clients

Downers

the culture

Advice to Candidates

Not a good place for women overall



not a place for anyone over 50

Great Place to Start a Career, terrible place to finish if you can finish.

2.4 of 5 stars

Midlevel in Government/Public Sector | Arlington, VA | 2015 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Downers

work life balance, partner director process, expectations of extra curricular activities.

Terrible work/life balance, mirage of being a partner is overrated

1.9 of 5 stars

Experienced in Financial Services | Arlington, VA | 2015 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

leaving

Downers

almost everything

Executive presence with a little bit of content

2.2 of 5 stars

Executive in IT Strategy | McLean, VA | 2015 | VERIFIED EMPLOYEE

Uppers

Experiences

Downers

Promotion, work life balance, culture

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