Peloton Group Reviews

Updated Apr 28, 2021

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Peloton Group CEO and Founder Guy Daniello
Guy Daniello
17 Ratings
Pros
  • "The result is a safe and fun work environment(in 5 reviews)

  • "Competitive pay, great culture, work life balance, and understanding people(in 5 reviews)

  • Cons
  • "Work/Life balance is hard to maintain and the firm is in the middle of a culture shift because of the aggressive hiring of late(in 5 reviews)

  • "As a relatively young college graduate, I do not mind the long hours during the week, with the relaxing Friday(in 4 reviews)

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    1. 5.0
      Current Employee, less than 1 year

      New hire to Peloton

      Apr 19, 2021 - Warehouse Associate/Driver in Bristol, PA
      Recommend
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      Pros

      Helping people to stay in shape with quality exercise equipment

      Cons

      Switching who may be assigned to delivery routes after getting used to working alongside someone else

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    2. 4.0
      Former Employee, less than 1 year

      Peloton

      Apr 28, 2021 - Technical Implementation Consultant in Boston, MA
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      Pros

      Great company culture and environment

      Cons

      Isn't very many cons. Be hard-working and it'll be fine

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    3. 1.0
      Current Employee, less than 1 year

      More Cons than Pros - Avoid if Possible

      Apr 5, 2021 - Anonymous Employee 
      Recommend
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      Pros

      • Nice offices (not useful during Covid-19 times) • CEO is transparent on company’s financials considering Peloton is a private organization. • There are some truly great people that have worked at Peloton since the beginning and have helped build it up. Unfortunately, the cons outweigh the pros as the company has grown. • Annual reviews are thorough and there is a lot of input from everyone you have worked with

      Cons

      • Benefits are sub-par. 401K match is laughable. Be sure to read the fine print on this one. Peloton do better. This is extremely below industry standard. • Salary is virtually “non-negotiable” all levels analyst through consultant no matter your contribution. It promotes mediocrity and makes employees upset. Peloton, please be aware that your employees are not happy with this and they do talk and share salary information. • Pay is NOT competitive and is well below industry standard. Do not be fooled especially those who are younger in their careers. You are better off going to a larger consulting firm and will see 20%+ increase in salary for same role. That’s simply too much of a difference to not take notice. Bonus is also subpar especially for early career folks. • No visible diversity and inclusion efforts (domestic offices). Little diversity especially at the higher-levels. • Not many training opportunities. In order to move to another level, must obtain a certification (Oracle/Anaplan) to boost Peloton’s standing with Oracle/other partners. Not a lot of opportunity to earn certification outside of those listed that would add to an employee’s leadership skills or operational prowess. Makes you feel very confined to niche technical work and as though you are not able to develop your professional skills outside of these partner companies. Not great – especially for younger professionals. Peloton does have a learning platform which is barely utilized and quite honestly not worth the time investment as it is not a great learning tool. • Some unprofessional leaders at this organization. Small company with some big personalities can mean politics and Peloton is not unique here. Depends on the practice, but would certainly be wary of this. Do not be fooled by charismatic, “sales-y”, people at Peloton Group. Have seen projects almost run aground due to unprofessional behavior. Complaints were made and not enough action was taken on more than one occasion. Political/unprofessional behavior is also prevalent with internal teams (i.e. HR). • Several poorly managed projects that were mis-scoped which led to several change orders and angry clients. Does management know how to properly scope? Or are sales and delivery not aligned? Or is Peloton trying to market themselves as the budget option among competitors and the delivery team is left to suffer? Clients have been lost due to poor management and these types of issues. Where is the oversight and integrity? • Several younger career professionals just starting their careers at Peloton. Often times these are the employees that are taken advantage of most. You could be placed in stretch roles (which can be great) with little to no support (not so great). If you are a recent graduate, I would not waste my time here. Not a good place to start your career and learn best practices as there is not much support, nor training and the bad are bad benefits, low pay, and low bonus. You will be taken advantage of period. Go to a larger consulting firm and get paid 20-30% more for same level/work. • Utilization rate is ridiculously high for the industry and when compared to other (bigger) consulting companies. Most other consulting firms have utilization rates starting at 85%. Peloton’s is considerably higher. You are also expected to help with internal initiatives on your practice as well as other Peloton-specific processes/practices such as fun committee and non-profit foundation team. Instead of hiring additional resources/people to manage company culture, Peloton often relies heavily on their professional service employees. Be careful to not get overly involved but ensure you are somewhat involved or you will be rated down in annual performance review which does impact your bonus. • In 2020 bonuses were reduced and recent promotional increases were postponed due to Covid-19. This is completely understandable due to the unprecedented times. Employees were understanding. However, a few months after this announcement, Peloton informed employees that we would acquire a company and that we were doing amazing from a financial standpoint. Simply put this is poor messaging. CEO was asked, in Town Hall, if we would be able to get the rest of our bonus back. The answer was no. Several employees were upset with this. Peloton needs to work on their timing and messaging. • Was asked several times by project managers to ghost my work hours to keep budget in line with client’s expectations. I understand doing this when you are learning something new and it may take you longer than it should, but this was not the majority case. In these cases it was due to projects being understaffed and/or not enough billable hours allocated. • Culture is over-hyped. It might have been great a few years ago, but as the company has been in “growth mode”, Peloton has lost its draw and edge in terms of culture. Non-existent culture especially during the Pandemic. The internal team has done little to maintain the “Friday office culture” we once had. • High attrition rate. Several folks quietly leaving the company as they are no longer allowed to send farewell emails to fellow colleagues. • No monthly cell phone coverage. This is unacceptable considering that we do not get a company cell phone and are expected to have email and be reachable on our personal cell phone lines. • Genuinely surprised that employees were not given an “expense budget” during Pandemic times considering we are now using homes as offices and incurring greater expenses. Most white collar jobs did offer something even if it was taking home a monitor from the office to use or a cash budget to purchase a monitor, chair, etc. Peloton did nothing of the sort.

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    4. 5.0
      Current Employee, less than 1 year

      Awesome consulting company

      Mar 9, 2021 - Manager Specialized Consulting Services in Boston, MA
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      Pros

      Great training programs, great teams, lots of ability to wear different hats

      Cons

      There are no cons to speak of

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    5. 5.0
      Current Employee, less than 1 year

      Outstanding - "A Class Act" Professional Oracle Consultancy w/Great Culture

      Sep 16, 2020 - Customer Management in Sacramento, CA
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      Pros

      - Incredible Culture - Thought Leaders in Oracle Cloud ERP, EPM, SCM and HCM - great cross pillar strength - Best in Class Processes - they have a consistent, transparent, unified approach to how to their implementation tools/processes, how they approach projects and how to conduct business - You are truly part of a team (you will never be without support - Peloton team members want to help) - The CEO and his Leadership Team are the 'real deal'. It's clear they set out to build a very professional company with an amazing team oriented culture and did it. - Oracle leverages Peloton as a primary ERP/EPM architect for their customers - it's great to see the synergy in the partnership - This is NOT your run of the mill Oracle partner, there's something very special going on here

      Cons

      none - wish I came here sooner

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    6. 3.0
      Former Employee, more than 1 year

      Great place to work

      Mar 4, 2021 - Senior Consultant in Chicago, IL
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      Pros

      Great coworkers and great company culture

      Cons

      Commuting , travel and other

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    7. 5.0
      Former Employee, less than 1 year

      Peloton

      Jan 7, 2021 - Customer Service Associate in Avenel, NJ
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      Pros

      Great place to work at

      Cons

      It was too far to get to

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    8. 5.0
      Current Employee, less than 1 year

      Great place to work

      Dec 11, 2020 - Warehouse Worker 
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      Pros

      Great place to work and have a life

      Cons

      none this is an amazing place to work

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    9. 5.0
      Current Employee, more than 5 years

      Great company with high level of work ethics and sense of belonging

      Jul 1, 2020 - Senior Manager 
      Recommend
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      Pros

      *Everyone - from analyst level to upper mgmt , has a keen sense of responsibility, is reliable and is dedicated to the success of their projects. *There is a strong bond and sense of kinship among team members as well as within the organization. This is heightened by frequent All-Hands meetings. *There is always an open channel of communication and support for anyone who needs assistance on their projects. * A lot of internal initiatives and co-curricular philanthropic events add to the charm of working in this organization.

      Cons

      Currently none have been identified

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      Peloton Group Response

      HR Manager

      Thank you for sharing your positive experience with us! We are proud of our learning and familial culture and appreciate that everyone supports one another in their growth and work. Thank you for your continued support!

    10. 5.0
      Former Employee, more than 1 year

      Good company

      Feb 25, 2020 - Programmer Analyst in Boston, MA
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      Pros

      Great work. Great people. Very approachable and culture is very good

      Cons

      No cons as per my experience

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