I worked at Value Consulting full-time (More than a year)
- Very nice people to work with.
- Poor attitudes are not commonplace.
- A lot of independence.
- You can have a good work life balance on most projects.
- An old business model was unsustainable so it seems like they've realized that and are trying to turn the company in a more sustainable direction.
Interesting work, great culture, and environment, good pay and benefits.
Friends at work and outside work - I rarely go a weekend without hanging out with other As who have quickly become close friends
- So few projects to get on to the point that it almost isn't consulting.
- Lack of respect for technical employees. You try to be a technology consulting company, but you don't pay your technical people. This simply does not work.
- They moved to a solutions based company when they had almost no internal talent to make solutions.
You can't have technology clueless VPs coming up with business concepts and expecting that to produce significant revenue.
This transition appears to have been handled poorly.
- Poor pay
While work is engaging it is also intense - be willing to work long hours and learn when to say no
Advice to Management
I don't interact with senior management enough to have much strong advice.
Keep up the focus on process, training, and open communication.
Personal growth opportunities are what make this job uniquely worthwhile.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Value Consulting in March 2015.
there is no real interview process..it's all B.S...these are real FRAUD people... you would have never imagined that you would see such frauds in your life time... So please don't waste you time and money... stay away from these frauds...
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