Current and former employees report that Kearney provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Maternity & paternity leave at Kearney is affordable for employee”
“Great network and afordable options”
“generous time given. able to keep earning PTO during the year, you don't get a set number you have to ration during the year”
Excellent company enjoyed working for them
Great benefits 401K match, medical etc..
I thought their benefits were really good. I liked their health care plan a lot.
Various health insurance plans available
BCG: within the US, how important is office alignment to the projects you get staffed on, industries you work in, people you work with, overall experience, etc.? At Kearney we have a national staffing model so I'm trying to understand how an office-based model might impact one's experience Boston Consulting Group
How incrementally helpful is the MBB brand overall if considering switching from a T2 like Kearney? Feel like the switching cost from a network, credibility, platform and comfort perspective is too high to outweigh some additional exit opportunities. I really like the firm, the work and the people.
Londoners in Consulting
Hi - I am at Kearney in the London office. I have been approached by BCG and McK folks to join the firm. Kearney is a great firm in terms of culture and WLB but not sure how green the grass is on another side. Can you guys throw some light on culture, compensation (fixed + bonus), WLB, learning/growth, brand, etc.?
Flexible start date for business analyst
great focus on mental health and career flexibility options
The benefits were extremely good at this company. I had 19 days paid vacation and unlimited sick time. Also, the health insurance was good too.
Excellent health insurance offerings, great coverage, no lifetime limits.
Very solid coverage, no complaints
Kearney has a lot of great benefits that don't cost a fortune. I loved that you earn PTO based on the number of hours worked so you never really had to worry about your personal time expiring or running out.