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Anonymous shared this review of McKinsey & Company, United States on Jun 25th, 2021
"The culture depends very heavily on always being "on" and available. This means working late nights every night, even without a clear deliverable need, and always self-promoting, such as how your weekend hobbies make you a better employee. I only knew of one female AP/Partner who had kids, and her family had a lot of hired help. The women who took a step back to work in-house roles at the firm were looked down on by the others. Overall, for a male or female, the culture is quite toxic. It is not surprising at all that McKinsey has been in the news recently for several large ethical failings. "
Anonymous shared this review of McKinsey & Company, United States on Nov 16th, 2020
"It will catapult your career but the hours are brutal. "
Anonymous shared this review of McKinsey & Company, United States on Oct 20th, 2020
"McKinsey has good benefits that partially compensate for the lack of work-life balance. Professional development and growth highly depend on the function, team and the manager. Overall, it's a good company to work for, and it's getting better when it comes to representation of women in leadership roles."
Anonymous shared this review of McKinsey & Company on Mar 18th, 2019
"There are a lot of policies that are supportive of women and of work-life balance. If your manager is not being supportive, reach out to someone in HR to ensure you know the polices and can address the situation."
Anonymous shared this review of McKinsey & Company on Jan 30th, 2019
"They have great medical & dental benefits; especially maternity leave policy. "
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