“Career opportunity to gain valuable growth and experience in multiple industries without typical consulting risks. ”
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With its full employment model and robust benefits, DLC offers a career opportunity to gain wider accounting and finance professional growth and experience in multiple industries and at various levels without the risks typically associated with consulting. I’ve been a consultant with DLC for a combined total of six years. Shortly after joining DLC I attended a companywide event of DLC consultants and internal staff and remember being deeply impressed by the caliber, intelligence and collective experience of so many bright professionals in one room at one time. I am proud and honored to still be counted as one of that impressive team.
DLC offers an extremely competitive, full-employment compensation package and excellent benefits as well as robust incentive bonuses to those who provide project, new client, and candidate referrals. The full-employment model eliminates the risk of inconsistent income typically associated with consulting careers, while allowing consultants to gain valuable experience in diverse industries that they may never have gained if they stayed in the same position with one company year over year. Consultants are paid for every hour they work and each project brings new opportunities to learn and to apply one’s professional skills, knowledge, and experience at the top echelon of companies in California and Illinois (and growing).
Consultants are provided access to excellent training and technical research tools as well as company branded tools and resources. These tools, along with access to the rich DLC knowledge-base, and the support of the internal team, allow consultants to be highly confident they can effectively handle the needs of each client engagement.
Sometimes consultants may be asked to take projects involving longer or less than ideal commutes. In my experience, project content and level of work have generally outweighed most commute drawbacks. I have also found clients to be flexible enough in scheduling to mitigate most commute challenges.
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work in striving to balance company, client, and consultant needs. Timing and availability of the right consultant for the right client at the right time is a huge challenge and so far DLC management has successfully negotiated this delicate balance.
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