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30+ days ago

Senior SAP EHSM Functional Consultant

ERM Group London, England

We are currently seeking a Senior SAP EHSM Functional Consultant with hands on EHSM Incident Management experience to join our highly skilled EMEA… ERM Group


30+ days ago

Environmental & Social Due Diligence Consultant

ERM Group London, England

ERM is seeking a motivated Environmental Due Diligence Consultant to join our expanding London based Transaction Services team. In this role, you… ERM Group


6 days ago

Global Sustainability Program Co-ordinator

Environmental Resources Management London, England

Our Global Sustainability Team is currently seeking a Sustainability Program Co-ordinator to co-ordinate all data inputs associated with ERM’s… Glassdoor


15 days ago

Senior SharePoint Administrator

Environmental Resources Management London, England

of this role are to work within ERM's Portals and Collaboration team supporting ERM's deployment of enterprise wide collaboration tools, primarily… Glassdoor


7 days ago

IT Service Delivery Manager - Interim

Environmental Resources Management London, England

• To show leadership in ERM through current IT changes and on-going as the company grows. This is a Senior Level four role reporting in to Group IT… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Senior Transaction Services Consultant

Environmental Resources Management London, England

ERM is seeking a motivated Environmental Due Diligence Consultant to join our expanding London based Transaction Services team. In this role, you… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

SAP EHSM Functional Consultant

Environmental Resources Management London, England

We are currently seeking a SAP EHSM Functional Consultant with hands on EHSM Incident Management experience to join our highly skilled EMEA business… Glassdoor


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    Some interesting project work... Below average pay, no/little career development support for more junior consultants...

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    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Risk Consultant II in London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Risk Consultant II in London, England (UK)

    I have been working at Environmental Resources Management full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Sometimes bring in interesting projects
    Employees range from (a few) talented individuals to incompetent
    Varied experiences, alot of inconsistency across regions, offices...etc.- for me some positives some of my colleagues had much worse experiences others were better off
    Some good people.. for consultants with less than 10 years it is a good place to get foot in the door and be thrown in the deep end to learn on your own but not a place to stay or progress

    Cons

    Salary is way below industry/competitors
    Poor leadership, alot of mismanagement
    Alot of politics especially partner level (this affects every one further down the chain)
    Attempt to show that there is a flat structure when in fact it is overly bureaucratic
    Alot of inconsistencies re-promotions, salaries, allocation of project work...The company does not have consistent processes and systems across offices. Attempts to correct this seem to make things worse rather than better!
    Generally overrated and does not live up to its 'aims/ambitions' (e.g. The world’s leading sustainability consultancy or more specific to me: top global risk consultancy...etc.)
    Management claim the increased rates are because ERM is as good as the market's best (e.g. for tech safety/risk: DNV) or better than it's competitors, which is fundamentally untrue...

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Management need to realise what the market are paying in terms of salaries and close the gap (or at least try!)
    Need to get some consistency across offices/regions (at least start with getting conistency across Business Units in the same country!)
    Improve management of projects and project work allocation
    Be more honest and transparent with Junior and mid-level consultants

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

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