If you are a consultant, you get good commission.
Low pay for non-consultants, and nepotism. This place has a pretty big turnover rate. Out of an office of about 30ish people they will fire about 5 per year. You get about 5 days vacation per year which are undocumented.
Advice to Management
Share the wealth, give some of your consultants better clients (stop hogging all the big institutional clients) and promote a friendly work environment without all the office animosity. Stop being cheap with your non-consultant employees. Get rid of the trouble makers or firecrackers who come in with up and down moods.
I applied through college or university. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at CapTrust.
The interview process was a fairly easy process and they came across as a good company to work for. Everyone was very friendly. The process began with a brief phone interview asking a little about me, then a first interview with an analyst, followed by a second interview with an accounts manager. Both were mostly qualitative interviews with few tech questions.
Reasons for Declining
Offered a better position
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