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- "I worked at capco for 9 months and there are some really great people who work there." (in 261 reviews)
- "Great culture where you are welcome to implement your own ideas and are heard when you speak up" (in 183 reviews)
- "Good work life balance and flexibility." (in 130 reviews)
- "Good benefits and remote working" (in 84 reviews)
- "The colleagues are friendly and supportive." (in 73 reviews)
- "Performance Management is poor" (in 93 reviews)
- "interesting project work and exposure to senior leadership is limited to NY office" (in 47 reviews)
- "Very limited training opportunities." (in 37 reviews)
- "Senior management is difficult to work with and unprofessional" (in 34 reviews)
- "Overselling work or some managers don't have management skills." (in 30 reviews)
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- 4.0FEATURED REVIEWApr 25, 2023Global Head of DEICurrent Employee, more than 1 yearRaleigh, NC
Capco offers a variety of ways to contribute to the firm's growth and success, and unmatched access to leadership and decisionmakers (getting time on calendars is easier here than anywhere I've been). There isn't a one-size-fits-all approach to career development and if you're ambitious, you can create your own journey. Although we're a niche firm, primarily focused on the financial services industry, the diversity of projects across our domains and solutions, along with internal contribution work, keeps things interesting. Above all, the people at Capco are smart, helpful and kind. Our #beyourselfatwork culture sets the tone for inclusion, and there is an expectation that people are able to be their authentic selves at work. Shape-shifting and codeswitching aren't required to be successful here. Senior leaders are committed to improving diversity at the firm and are both open and receptive to feedback around how to improve.
Capco's culture and pace can certainly feel a bit daunting for those who aren't as extroverted or outspoken, or who need more time to prepare and process. The nimble, "it-is-what-you-make-it" gray areas of the firm can be confusing, and there's also more we could do to invest in learning opportunities for our people. And as with most roles and firms, there's more work to do than time.
Hi All, Just got offered a VP role at Citi for a middle office team $145k base and variable bonus based on performance. Im in NYC and am currently a Senior Consultant with 5 YOE at Capco at 133k base and 10% bonus (have hit 10% bonus 2 years in a row). What do you think about this offer? Im looking to exit consulting, but am up for promotion this year and am well over target to hit my promotion (would be around 150-160k base after promotion when the cycle ends. Let me know your thoughts!
Would be glad to get some help. Bit junior and new to this world. What would be better - Move to the industry (A financial service) or stick with consulting? Moving to industry would mean to specialise in one field and excel in it. Whereas consulting will give the overall exposure to different banks. This is my third year in consulting (9 months in capco)
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Capco has an overall rating of 3.8 out of 5, based on over 3,065 reviews left anonymously by employees. 65% of employees would recommend working at Capco to a friend and 55% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has decreased by -5% over the last 12 months.
65% of Capco employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated Capco 3.7 out of 5 for work life balance, 3.7 for culture and values and 3.5 for career opportunities.