global business services Job Reviews
Women who work in global business services departments have an overall job satisfaction level of 3.7, 33.3% of them believe there is gender equality in their firms, and make an average salary range of $50k-$80k.
Many women in leadership roles but often seemed unhappy in their lives outside of work.
Roles can isolate, unless you are willing to do the extra work and market yourself to others
I've worked here for 4 years and started directly out of college. The onboarding class was an equal split of men and women, but as I was deployed on projects, the dominant demographics became clear. There were women right out of college, a few single and very driven middle aged women, and a handful of high ranking partners closer to retirement; the majority of the workforce was comprised of men. Without the unlikely event that a remote or local opportunity arises, employees are faced with the decision to continue traveling and sacrifice family life or leave the company. So, women: This essentially means no children while consulting - while this is generally understood, there could be a better effort to allow employees (not just women) an opportunity to work closer to home at different times in their life. The current structure says 'You're a billable role', not 'You're a valued employee, let us work together'.