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Navigant Consulting Chairman and CEO Julie M. Howard
Julie M. Howard
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    Current Employee - Senior Consultant in Washington, DC
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    I have been working at Navigant Consulting full-time (more than 5 years)

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    Pros

    Navigant's DC office does an incredible job recruiting talented young employees. The firm almost exclusively brings in college graduates from top tier local colleges (especially Georgetown, UVA, William and Mary, and Wake Forest). You will work with young, intelligent, overqualified, and energetic people. Navigant will sponsor you to get a CPA or other certifications.

    Cons

    The work is rarely challenging for the bright minds brought in. Project workloads often require heavier hours than competitors. Thus is combination equates to longer hours on boring or repetitive projects. Generally, the compensation increases associated with staying in-house and being promoted do not keep up with competitors. My advice to hires is to work until you are promoted once, and then jump ship to pick up a higher salary.

    Advice to Management

    Increase compensation for employees that remain in-house. There has been a lot of good talent that has walked out the door solely as a result of low compensation.

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