The Segal Group Reviews

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Joseph A. LoCicero, JD
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  • Experienced wonderful career development opportunities with wonderful people at the expense of work-life balance.

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    I worked at The Segal Group

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    This applies to Sibosn: Great career development. Performance feedback loop is outstanding. Good people to work with. Many different cultures to identify with between offices, colleagues, project teams, and clients.


    This applies to Sibson: Operate too lean. Not enough direct coaching on how to do the job. Leaving the company yielded a 30% increase. Burns out employees.

    Advice to Management

    This applies to Sibson: Operating lean is a great way for achieving profitability, but too much emphasis on this leads to turnover. Projects consistently go over budget and not enough action is taken to identify why. Evaluate the way budgets are set and how they're monitored and adjusted. I'd emphasize the setting of budgets because the delta between dollars billed and dollars collected could alleviate some of the inverted staffing pyramid, turnover, compensation, and bonus disparity.

The Segal Group Interviews

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Interview Experience


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Getting an Interview


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Interview Difficulty




    Associate Consultant Interview

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    Accepted Offer
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    Difficult Interview


    I applied through college or university – interviewed at The Segal Group.


    Multiple stages. Screening phone interview, multiple phone interviews with current employees, on-site interview with several people, on-site case study, and a lunch outing. It is a very long process (over 90 days) and you may need to entertain multiple job interviews concurrently. You can learn a lot from this process, but don't think you've won until you have signed paperwork!

    Interview Questions

    • Behavioral based questions.   1 Answer


    I didn't choose to negotiate since I was getting out of college. They also offered me the top of the range.

The Segal Group Awards & Accolades

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Communicator Award of Excellence,, 2014
APEX Grand Award,, 2014

Additional Info

Headquarters New York, NY
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 1939
Type Company - Private
Industry Business Services
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year

Segal Consulting has been providing benefits and human resources consulting for multiemployer trust funds and public sector organizations. As a private employee-owned actuarial and consulting firm, Segal is a completely independent organization which allows us to provide completely unbiased consulting services for our clients.

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Mission: Segal is the firm of choice for clients committed to enhancing their organizations.

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