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- Arlington, VA
- 51 to 200 Employees
- Company - Private
- Business Consulting
- Unknown / Non-Applicable
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Okay I need some help deciding on a few places to interview. I’m looking at Slalom, Captech, and Eagle Hill Consulting. I’m in the DC area and want a smaller company after having spent my career in big4. I’ve done the initial rounds and all have the same salary roughly for what I would be applying to. Any one able to share thoughts on any of the above? Anyone at those companies that want to share? Slalom Consulting CapTech Eagle Hill Consulting
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""Great place to work" is not a lie!"
Pros-No competition among colleagues. There's no sense of hierarchy here. More like "we're all in this together." -Support. The whole organization supports you, offers help, and everyone is willing to
Cons-Because they bring people in from all work backgrounds, (including me), it can make people feel like a fish out of water in the beginning.
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InterviewThey use top-grading, which is a pretty in-depth (and rigid) review of all your work and schooling history going all the way back to high school. I think the people were really kind and had a good intentions, but that style of interviewing was not a good fit for me. I've never felt so insecure and unsure of myself in an interview before- it felt a little too intimate and probing in a way that didn't leave me feeling comfortable with myself or the company (a little emotionally violating for a professional environment). I still liked the people on the hiring team and recommend the company to friends, but something felt very off for me and it wasn't a surprise they felt the same about me (no offer). I think I did not respect how much they believed in the process and, as a rational thinker, to me the ability to question methodology and assumptions openly is central to who I am, how I work, and why I work. So, their interview process taught me that the company was not a good match. I wish them well and would recommend Eagle Hill, but not for me.Interview
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Eagle Hill Consulting Awards & Accolades
- Forbes America's Best Management Consulting Firms, Forbes, 2019
- Vault Consulting 50, Vault, 2019
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What is paid time off like at Eagle Hill Consulting?
...Great benefits, good work/life balance, annual bonuses, generous PTO, collaborative and supportive culture, great coworkers...
December 16, 2021
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