- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
Employees rate Istanbul 18.2% higher than the overall average
I worked at Boston Consulting Group full-time (More than a year)
+High impact low ego
This is the company (specifically Istanbul Office) where you can work with the best people to do the best projects!!!
-work life balance (it also depends on your efficiency as everyone responsible for delivering certain outputpp but not devoting certain amount of time)
Advice to Management
Creating stable recruitig team.
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Boston Consulting Group (Istanbul (Turkey)) in March 2018.
I applied online in October and in January got an email requesting me to record a 60 second video answer to a prompt within 3 days.
A month or so later, I got an invitation to the Istanbul office for an online test and first round interview. The test was fairly easy, consisting of a business case with 25 multiple choice questions mostly involving basic calculations and data analysis. I had two first round interviews with a consultant and a principal, both of which were about 10 minutes of fit questions, 40 minutes of cases and 10 minutes of my questions to the interviewers. The cases weren't all that difficult -just basic profitability and market sizing- but they were more interviewee-led than I had anticipated. Of course, the interviewers still push you in the right direction if you stray off course or get stuck.
Within 3 days, I got an invite to a final round interview with one of the partners of the office. The final round was a bit more tense, as the fit questions were a bit more scrutinizing and the case was far less structured. The fact that I didn't get much sleep the night before and overdosed on coffee that morning wasn't doing me any favors either. Half way through, the interviewer ended the case and asked if I had any questions for him, leading me to believe that I had failed spectacularly.
To my surprise, I received an offer the next week.