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Anonymous shared this review of Alvarez & Marsal, United States on Oct 14th, 2020
"Each person, woman or man, must curate her experience, building connections, selling her skills and capabilities and demonstrating exceptional work to get ahead. In truth, there aren't many female leaders but the ones are very strong and provide a roadmap to success. The organization is constantly working to enhance diversity in all forms, including gender. "
"It really depends on what division or department you're in."
"Build lasting relationships and credibility with your senior leaders! Everyone at A&M is very supportive of you if you are a great performer and work in the way that is expected of you. "
Anonymous shared this review of Alvarez & Marsal, United Kingdom on Feb 18th, 2020
"a lot of thing depends on a team and leader"
Anonymous shared this review of Alvarez & Marsal, United States on Feb 12th, 2020
"This is 100% a boys club, from the culture to the leadership representation. There is little to no minority representation and diversity & inclusion are nowhere close to the top of priorities for leadership, who hides behind "meritocracy" as an excuse for their apathy. Current senior female leadership has drank the Kool-Aid and bought into the philosophy that you have to sacrifice diversity and inclusion in order to "eat what you kill". The hours are inflexible, so if you're looking to start a family, you will not have the hours to dedicate to raising a child. Overall, this is not a place that fosters the growth of women in a healthy, inclusive, and understanding way. "
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