Deloitte Reviews in Santa Ana, CA
There are options for partial telecommuting which contributes to work/life balance(in 423 reviews)
Great place to start off your career to learn a lot of skills(in 143 reviews)
As per me not a long term career option for people who give imp to work life balance(in 1082 reviews)
Literally no work life balance(Or No life only work) as a Center associate(in 218 reviews)
Pros – Fun and friendly atmosphere with good amount of training and mentoring. Deloitte is a good place to start ones career. The senior management is generally supportive and some amount of mentoring is provided to new employees.
Deloitte also has an outstanding package of benefits. It includes health care, paid time-off programs, disability benefits, and retirement investment plans. And that's just for starters. Because of their commitment to work/life management, Deloitte also offers flexible work arrangements and several employee assistance programs
It is also a very inclusive organization with people from different backgrounds and cultures. The Quarterly Staff Meetings are an example of how Deloitte appreciates and rewards its employees.
Cons – stressful and long working hours
Advice to Senior Management – communicate effectively and motivate
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
Pros – Very smart and competent colleagues
Good knowledge sharing, tools & templates
Cons – Extreme competition by peers
Strange networks and politics - must belong to a network
Advice to Senior Management – Too many invisible networks and below the table affiliations
Pros – They have good pay and good benefits. They are relatively good about work/life balance, although it leans more towards work than life. However, they do make an effort to let you leave early or take time off or work from home if you request it. The on-board training is very thorough for a new hire.
Cons – Sometimes the senior management does not listen to people below them. The midyear and year end rating system is extremely bad, basically giving the 30%-80& percentile performers the same rating.
Advice to Senior Management – They should be confident in their decisions, and stand up for their employees. Micromanaging isn't good, but they should keep some sort of rapport between everyone else on the project.