I worked at Gilmore & Associates full-time (More than 3 years)
It's a larger company with fine benefits, salaries are ok. Your experience there will greatly depend on the department you're in, some are better than others. Recently the upper management realized that a lot of employees were leaving and it was getting too expensive, now the company is actively trying to build up the "morale".
Each employee is viewed as a resource or investment, not necessary as a person, so you're expected to be billable or earn the company money. It's understandable but reflects on the atmosphere. People barelly interact outside of project related topics and don't hang out with each other, it's just a job for most of them. If you don't care about building relationships and just want to earn income - Gilmore is a great fit for you.
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