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Slalom Philadelphia, PA

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Slalom Philadelphia, PA Reviews

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    Current Employee - Consultant in Philadelphia, PA
    Current Employee - Consultant in Philadelphia, PA
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Slalom full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Very well run organization. Very transparent. Management will take chances on you and ensure you have the proper support.

    Cons

    Holidays and time off isn't the best

    Advice to Management

    keep it up

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Slalom Philadelphia, PA Salaries

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$104,572 per year
$87k
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About $178k - $196k
$178k
$196k
About $178k - $196k
$178k
$196k

Slalom Philadelphia, PA Interviews

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    Consultant Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Philadelphia, PA
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 5 weeks. I interviewed at Slalom (Philadelphia, PA) in May 2018.

    Interview

    The interview process at Slalom was extremely enjoyable due to the transparency that they showed from the start. I was looking to move companies, and from the beginning they let me know what their approach to hiring was, and how it made the interviewing process longer than I may have been used to. There was no set timeline, and it seemed like they wanted to get to know me as a potential colleague, rather than judge my skills and experience as an employee.

    When I first spoke with a recruiter, the conversation was very informal. It was more to get to know what I was looking for, and to understand if Slalom could meet what I was looking for. After the initial phone screening, I was invited in for an interview in the Philadelphia office. I met with two different people, both consultants in the Delivery Leadership practice.
     The questions were mostly focused on my past experience, with a few informal case questions working through my thought process and approach to various problems. Throughout these conversations, I was exposed to the Slalom core values and principles in practice. It was a refreshing change from what I was used to.

    I was then invited back to meet with the head of Business Advisory Services, and while I was there, had the opportunity to meet a few more consultants in the Delivery Leadership practice. Again, everyone I spoke with was extremely passionate and candid in their views of Slalom, which were overwhelmingly positive. Even the atmosphere in the office made me comfortable and excited.

    After these interviews, I was informed that a role had opened up that they weren't expecting, and that there was a need to fill that role as soon as possible. This accelerated the interview process, and I was soon discussing salary expectations and benefits with the recruiter. After a few more phone conversations, I was given an offer with the salary I was expecting, and accepted it soon after.

    Interview Questions

    • Informally, when discussing the design process for software implementation, my interviewer asked me to hold a design session with her as the client, to design a water bottle.   1 Answer
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