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Anonymous shared this review of Slalom Consulting, United States on Jul 6th, 2020
"Do not recommend. Would look to other consulting firms or better yet not consulting"
Anonymous shared this review of Slalom Consulting, United States on May 29th, 2019
"It's a great company for those who are passionate about consulting and don't mind driving at least an hour every day for opportunities. Not all opportunities end up being close to home, so this can effect work/life balance. "
Anonymous shared this review of Slalom Consulting on Nov 20th, 2018
"I've had a wonderful experience. I've never felt more supported, both personally and professionally. I've been stretched to take on new challenges and encouraged to follow my passions."
Anonymous shared this review of Slalom Consulting on Jan 26th, 2018
"Slalom is a fantastic company for women to be apart of. Leadership is committed to closing the gender gap among leadership and that has a trickling effect to all areas of the business."
Anonymous shared this review of Slalom Consulting on Jan 12th, 2018
"It's is better than traditional consulting firms but has work to do"
Anonymous shared this review of Slalom Consulting on Nov 28th, 2017
"Strong focus on inclusion and the desire to develop women"
Anonymous shared this review of Slalom Consulting on Aug 4th, 2017
"Your mileage may vary - your experience will depend on the size of the office/market and the attitude of the leaders in your office."
"You should come in with an advocate in leadership otherwise you'll be overlooked for promotion opportunities."
"Great company but offers terrible benefits especially the maternity leave policy. "
"I think Slalom is great overall, but they need to start focusing on women's needs more."
"Each market has a different culture, take the time to understand before joining."
"It is a male dominated environment. Women who conformed to the typical male stereotype seem to get ahead. The women I observed in leadership roles were single and didn't seem very happy in life while the majority of men at the top had stay at home wives. The diversity was extremely lacking. The offices are for the most part run independently and seem somewhat like a franchise model so experiences location to location seem to vary. However from talking to friends who work at various locations they seem focused on growth more than people. With constant turnover they seem to be able to keep the culture hype going without having to deliver on it. Leaders seem to stay mostly for financial reason rather than true passion for the job. "
Anonymous shared this review of Slalom Consulting on Jul 9th, 2017
"Your schedule really depends on the client, but most projects have flexible schedules that allow you to leave early to pickup kids and makeup hours in the evening. "
Anonymous shared this review of Slalom Consulting on May 7th, 2016
"I don't have children but found the office to be family-friendly and supportive of employees with children. There were adult-only events and family picnics and outings. One of the company selling points is that they don't ask you to travel for work, so you stay in your state, which is less disruptive to your life. They want employees to be a part of the community, not spend all of their time at work. "