Depending on where you work, it can be good or bad
Consultant (Former Employee) – North America – 17 January 2017
Working for ERM is a mixed bag, and your experience will largely depend on who you have as a manager, and business unit you sit in. There are opportunities to be part of some pretty interesting projects. There are projects all over the world, ranging in scope from environmental to social to safety consulting.
The company does have a great attitude about flexibility in their hours and working from home. If you get what you need to get done, done, and the clients are happy, that's the primary concern. There is no mandate that says you have to be in the office from 9-5, or that you can't work from home if traffic is particularly bad, your kid is sick, or you have to wait for the cable guy.
Advancement and raises are another matter, and the path to victory is pretty narrow. Depending on your field, it is non-existent.
Management is out of touch and tone deaf (but where isn't it?), but the biggest concern is that it's weak and they don't have much control over the partners, who seem to do what they want for the most part.
Morale is pretty low coming off a tough year.
Job stability is not guaranteed, and everything is driven by billable hours.
Interesting projects, possibility of travel for work, flexible work arrangements
Management is weak, not much camaraderie, low advancement opportunity, uneven support of furthering education outside of ERM