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Baringa Partners Overview

London, England (UK)
501 to 1000 employees
Other Organization
Business Services
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Baringa Partners is an independent business and technology consultancy.
We help businesses run more effectively, navigate industry shifts and reach new markets.
We use our industry insights, ideas and pragmatism to help each client improve their ... Read more

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  • Did you know that we have been recognised as the Best Workplace by Great Place to Work UK, ranking No. 1 in the Large Workplaces category for businesses with 500+ employees? Read more here:

    Baringa ranked No.1 in the Large category of the UK Best Workplaces™ list!

    Baringa ranked No.1 in the Large category of the UK Best Workplaces™ list!

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Baringa Partners – Why Work For Us?


Baringa Partners is an independent business and technology consultancy. 

We help businesses run more effectively, navigate industry shifts and reach new markets. 

We use our industry insights, ideas and pragmatism to help each client improve their business. 

Collaboration is central to our strategy and culture ensuring we attract the brightest and the best. And it’s why clients love working with us.

Baringa. Brighter together.

At Baringa, our aim is to recruit the best. We want people who are highly motivated and well-rounded. People who have an entrepreneurial spirit and who want to help to make a difference to the business. People who are committed and passionate about providing a first-class client service.

People like you. Because it's people like you who make Baringa a great place to work.

If you’d like to get to know a little more about us, take a look at this:

Collaboration. Integrity. Quality. Passion. Ownership.

Our business, like those of our clients, has changed since we were established in 2000. We’ve grown, added new capabilities and changed our operating model.

But through the change, our five core values have stayed constant - and they remain central to all we do. They are the basis of our workplace culture. They define the way we work. They inform the relationships we have not only with our clients but also each other. It's the reason our clients come back to us time again.

It works for us and it works for our clients too.

Bringing our values to life - visualising our values

We recently ran a staff competition, inviting our people to submit their own original photography which depicted our values in a visual way. The results were so good that all the photography used in our website is made up of those pictures.

Corporate Social Responsibility - making a positive impact beyond our work

At Baringa, we take Corporate Social Responsibility seriously and our objective is to make a positive impact on society and with our staff by focusing on the issues and initiatives that we believe in. We aim to achieve this by enabling our people to make a difference by supporting a range of internal and external charity, community, environmental and well-being initiatives.

Aiming for a balanced workforce

At Baringa, we recognise that having a balanced workforce is not only good for recruitment, it’s also good for our clients. We are committed to making Baringa a better balanced place in which to work and thrive. Our internal initiative, Baringa Balance, is aimed at supporting individuals across the company irrespective of background. It’s an initiative that has grown as the company has evolved, and one which:

  • recognises and embraces difference across gender, ethnicity, parents/non-parents, religious beliefs, cultural background, educational background, nationality, place of birth, sexual preference, physical ability, mental health, style, orientation and personality. A good example of this is the market leading maternity policy that is inclusive from the day a woman starts work
  • recognises the needs of each individual, regardless of background, and
  • aims to strike a balance across everything that we do for our clients and ourselves to make Baringa a place for people to thrive and grow.

As part of our commitment to a balanced workforce, we are active members of two Business in the Community initiatives - Opportunity Now and Race for Opportunity.


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    I worked at Baringa Partners full-time


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Baringa Partners Photos

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Baringa Partners photo of: Staff event, Lake Maggiore Sept 2014
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Baringa Partners Interviews



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Getting an Interview





    Manager Interview

    Anonymous Employee in London, England (UK)
    Accepted Offer
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    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at Baringa Partners (London, England (UK)) in March 2017.


    I was extremely impressed with Baringa’s recruitment process at every stage. A positive applicant experience is clearly prioritised: the process is extremely transparent, they were flexible, always honoured the timescales in which they said they would get back to me, and asked for my feedback of my experience of the process regularly. This was very much appreciated and really sets them apart from the other traditional consulting firms.

    I was referred by a current Baringa employee who I had worked with previously. They passed my CV onto the recruitment team, and after a week or so, I sent an email following up my application and was called back within a few hours, inviting me to a first interview. The first interview took place at Baringa’s offices with a Senior Manager, the level above which I was applying, and focused on fairly standard competency questions. The interview was made to feel more like a conversation, and the interviewer set aside time for me to ask as many questions as I wanted – taking the time to answer all of them comprehensively and honestly. This really helped my decision making in confirming that Baringa was the right move for me.

    The second stage was in my mind the most difficult – an unseen case study. I was given a number of materials which I needed to read through in an hour about a specific business situation, and then needed to formulate my answer, using the white board provided. At the start of the second hour, a different Senior Manager and a Director entered the room, and I was asked to present my proposal and needed to think on my feet to answer questions they asked throughout. There is limited preparation that can be done here – the interviewers seemed to be testing my structure of thought, ability to think on my feet and demonstrate that I was able to communicate in an articulate and effective manner.

    Between the second and final interview I was given the opportunity to meet a Baringa employee who was at my level. He took me out for a sandwich and we were able to cover a wide number of topics, which again he answered honestly and openly – ranging from benefits, to culture, to way of working, to his own experience on engagements at the firm. On the same day I met with a partner for a final interview, which was again competency based, but also asked about my future aspirations and assessed my cultural fit with the firm. Rather than a tense grilling, it was relaxed, with the conversation again being two way.

    I was phoned two working days later by the same partner with an offer of employment, with the contract and paperwork following a few days later. The process from initial referral to final offer took exactly six weeks. Overall, it was an extremely positive experience driven by the people I dealt with throughout, which firmly solidified my decision to want to join the company.

    Interview Questions

    • - Describe a project you have worked on that you have been passionate about
      - Describe a project you have worked on where things did not go as well as you would have liked
      - What do you pride yourself on?   Answer Question
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Baringa Partners Awards & Accolades

  • Best Workplace in Large Workplaces for businesses with 500+ employees, Great Place to Work Institute UK, 2017
  • Master Award - Recognised by the Great Place to Work Institute for the last 10 consecutive years, Great Place to Work Institute UK, 2016
  • Market Policy and Advisory Firm, Commodity Business Awards, 2016
  • Energy Risk Regulatory Advisory House of the Year, Energy Risk, 2015
  • Best Candidate Experience, In-House Recruitment Awards, 2015
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