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I have been working at Fusion ConsultingRecommendsRecommends
Being a quality consultant is not about possessing the best technical skills, rather it’s in large part how you employ your talents & resources when asked to do so at the client site or by your employer. This is true for any consulting company – remember children – “perception is reality” Since employed at Fusion consulting I have never been without a quarterly bonus even throughout the last few years. That certainly says something about the owners given that bonus money is 100% discretionary. Personally, like any consulting company, there are a few people (author of previous post included) that I personally would not have paid a quarterly to – but hey, it’s not my company. In short, if you feel jarred because you did not get recognized for your clever “one liner ” at a company outing or for your “3 lines of coding gymnastics” please feel free to give up your 120K salary, as I would much rather have it as part of the bonus pool then going to someone who thinks their technical prowess was not recognized – 120K and Bonus is recognition enough! – don’t you think? – bet our counterparts in India would think so.
Lack of organizational structure - what’s after a Sr Consultant Lack of career path - no management or pseudo-technical path Lack of training – no investment in human capital
Advice to Management
rapid growth is welcome but it must be controlled and organized, especially when trying to grow organically
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I worked at Fusion ConsultingDoesn't RecommendDoesn't Recommend
There are some smart people in the company who attract talent. It's a good place to launch your career. You will be given a lot of work and get experience in different technical areas.
The management does not know how to respect or handle talent. Promotion are non existent. The old boys network is too strong and stops entry into senior management. The partners don't care about the workers as much, the profit sharing is non existent.
Advice to Management
Grow up and award people for the work performed
I have been working at Fusion Consulting
Great opportunity to learn about BI/DW consulting and contribute to customers success
Opportunities exist to structure end-to-end business processes to provide foundation for new employee ramp up and continue company growth