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Organizations facing complex challenges and opportunities must make critical decisions to protect their enterprise value. Companies call on FTI Consulting and our unique arsenal of capabilities and expertise to develop and execute innovative solutions that transform complexity into competitive advantage.
We aim to attract, hire, acquire, develop and, most importantly, retain the best and most talented people in the world. Consistent with the highest ideals of loyalty, integrity, excellence, client service and respect, we act as one in helping our clients identify their jugular issues, devise value-added solutions for them, and then deliver those solutions locally through the last mile of execution in a timely, effective, thorough, seamless and cost-efficient manner.
The unique combination of our firm’s breadth and depth of skills and industry knowledge is what makes FTI Consulting so invaluable to our clients. We employ world-renowned industry experts, in their respective fields, who serve as trusted advisors to our clients and mentors to our employees.
As a member of this FTI Consulting team of industry, financial and operational experts, you will focus on our clients’ strategic, operational, financial and capital needs. You will help find workable solutions to the full spectrum of financial and transactional challenges and opportunities faced by companies, boards, private equity sponsors, creditors and other interested parties.
As a member of this practice, you will be involved in highly complex and high-profile legal cases. Working on behalf of corporations, governments and law firms, each case calls for a team of people with exactly the right expertise and range of forensic, investigative, data analytic and litigation experience.
Delivering incisive interpretation of complex economic issues has made FTI Consulting a world leader in this field. As part of this practice, you will be involved in the analysis of legal and regulatory proceedings, strategic decisions, antitrust matters and public policy debates.
Legal, regulatory and investigative requirements make huge e-discovery demands on any organization. Our Technology practice helps corporations, governments and law firms meet these demands without disrupting their core responsibilities. As an eDiscovery expert, you will be part of an award winning Ringtail team, managing requests throughout the data cycle.
How a company communicates, both internally and externally, is critical to its brand, its reputation and its valuation. Doing it right is an essential part of solving any important business issue. As part of this practice, you will participate in our uniquely holistic approach to strategic communications, including everything from brand development and investor relations to employee alignment and strategic philanthropy.
We are committed to providing new employees with a clear plan for growth and development. From the very start and throughout your career, we promote continuous learning and individual skill development to help you help us respond to rapidly changing and complex market needs.
For us, it is an important investment because it is your talents and skills that distinguish us from our competitors. Helping you realize your potential and feel fulfilled in your work is the best way to ensure success — for you, for FTI Consulting and for our clients.
Our Learning Curriculum is designed to meet your needs at every stage of your career. From your first introduction to the FTI Consulting team and continuing as you grow within the firm, we will equip you with the core skills — leadership, business development, project management and technical capabilities — relevant to your practice and necessary to succeed.
You will benefit from a blended learning experience — classroom, virtual and e-learning courses — modeled for your individual job function and enhancement of your on-the-job performance. These courses provide hands-on, practical tools and methods that can be applied on the job immediately. The knowledge and skills you obtain can contribute toward industry-recognized certifications.
This two-day course is your introduction to FTI Consulting at whatever level you join. Constructed to make you feel at home as quickly and smoothly as possible, it equips you with the information, tools and resources you will need to make a successful start.
This innovative course is set up to help newly promoted Directors or Managers understand their roles and enhance their leadership, managerial, team and client interaction skills.
This program includes cross-practice courses that provide training on core skills, as well as education on your business-specific proficiencies and methodologies.
This series of leadership programs is designed for selected groups of high-performing Managing Directors and Senior Managing Directors. It is a unique opportunity to engage with your fellow leaders and world-class academicians from around the globe. You will learn more about each other, as well as the business strategies and tactics necessary to lead a growing and diverse business such as FTI Consulting.
In order to support our mission to be one of the most sought after employers, FTI Consulting continually strives to offer employees a competitive and comprehensive benefits package.
Our benefits package covers a broad spectrum of benefits for employees and eligible dependents, including domestic partners and eligible domestic partner children.
At FTI Consulting, our goal is to attract, hire, acquire, develop and, most importantly, retain the best and most talented people in the world. As our company continues to grow, we remain focused on building and maintaining a strong culture of diversity and inclusion.
"FTI Consulting has a strong commitment to creating an environment that encourages and enables women to reach their full potential and become practice builders and leaders. The FTI WIN program is both a global and local network aimed at creating strong communities, opportunities to learn and chances to make a difference."
Carlyn Taylor, FTI WIN Global Steering Committee Chair, Global Industry Leader
Through FTI Consulting's Women’s Initiative (“FTI WIN”), we offer career training, professional development, mentorship, networking and community outreach opportunities across the globe to empower our female professionals to reach their highest potential in their careers and develop best-in-class leadership capabilities.
The FTI WIN community is supported by our company's senior leadership and is established in all of our major offices around the globe, targeting our female professionals at all levels within the firm.
To attract, retain, develop and promote the best female talent and position FTI Consulting as an employer of choice for highly talented women professionals.
“FTI WIN is a tremendous way to interact and collaborate with our colleagues, both women and men, across the globe and our many businesses. This program is key to the advancement of diversity at FTI Consulting as we look to further enhance the culture of our great firm.”
Holly Paul, FTI WIN Global Steering Committee, Chief Human Resources Officer
All across the country, FTI Consulting employees take part in activities that benefit their local communities. From building a house with Habitat for Humanity in Annapolis, Md., to “adopting” a family for the holidays through The Salvation Army in Dallas; from running for the Central Park Conservancy in the JPMorgan Chase Corporate Challenge in New York City to painting schools in the Windy City via the Chicago Cares Serve-a-thon, our employees believe in giving back.
How will you get involved?
I have been working at FTI Consulting full-time (Less than a year)
great PTO and salary great work life balance
benefit plan is not that good
I applied online. I interviewed at FTI Consulting (New York, NY).
One 30 phone interview and then an onsite which was 90 minutes-30 minutes with each person. I feel that I had a negative experience both in respect to the scheduling of the onsite, as well as the delivery of the news. About 4 hours after the onsite interview I was rejected. Literally, when I got off the plane I read the email from the recruiter stating I was rejected- the email was timestamped about 4 hours after the onsite. I question the extent to which they really deliberated over my candidacy. It seems like they made up their minds very quickly. The onsite component was super rushed. In the sense that they let me know Wednesday they wanted me to come onsite for an interview Friday, so I had to fly out the next day, Thursday, which made things really rushed. I asked if they could do the following week, but they refused. The recruiter was extremely short with me, saying she thought she had made it extremely clear that Friday was the last day to interview when she hadn't whatsoever. I don't know what her problem was.
The interviews were behavioral, no cases or anything which I actually think is problematic. I'm not sure if behavioral questions are enough to give an idea of whether I can actually do the work. Only 1 interviewer asked me questions which actually spoke to the business element. One of the interviewers actually suggested I look at other roles FTI has since they have a lot of open positions. He mentioned this when were talking about the company generally- that didn't really make much sense to me, unless he had his mind already made up by then(we were maybe 15 to 20 minutes into the interview). Less than 4 hours after the interview they told me I wasn't moving forward, which suggests to me their deliberation process isn't particularly rigorous- maybe when they know, they just know. I have no clue. I feel like I only clicked really well with 1/3 of the interviewers. It also seems that the majority of the people working in this role have about 6 years of work experience. Whereas, I only have 2. So it might not be a great fit from that vantage point, but that is maybe something the recruiter should have addressed. On the otherhand, I don't really feel like they honed in on my ability to do the job/asked probing questions that assessed my ability. The recruiter said the team didn't fit what I was looking for, but I don't know what the hell they were looking for.