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- Current Employee★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Leader commitment, benefits, colleagues, team environment. You were encouraged to do your best always. I totally enjoyed all my time working here.
Small place limited growth. Typical with a small shop there is not a lot of movement potential but the parent company provides excellent opportunities.Continue reading
- Current Employee, more than 10 years★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Pension plan, health benefits, PTO, overall benefits. Stay under the radar and you're fine.
No room for advancement; don't speak up as this will backfire. Old school board; behind the times regarding technology. A lot of waste in various depts.Continue reading
I have always wanted to work for the big 4. Found the idea of working with different clients, travel and the learning experience to be exiting . Not sure if this is just in my head and the grass looks greener on the other side . I currently work in program mgmt at Apple and wanted to understand if anyone has made the switch from faang to consulting? Is the pay and lifestyle rewarding. Should I experience this life before I get older ?PwC EY Deloitte KPMG
What does the long-term career progression look like, both salary and title-wise, for someone looking to get into FP&A-type roles? Can you at some point land roles that involve financial/corporate strategy? One test away from getting the CPA and looking to get roles outside of standard corporate accounting.
I have a lateral-ish offer at Oliver Wyman FS Finance & Risk from a large international bank - trying to figure out if consulting is right for me. I’m coming from an internal consulting/strategy role and did risk work before that. I’d be coming in as an Associate III, not sure if that matches me or not. Any thoughts? (I am post PT MBA, if that helps.) what sort of comp should I be expecting?