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Great learning experience for beginners to start their career. Work life balance is difficult for people with families. There is no working hours and you are expected to be working round the clock.
Learning, career growth
Long hours, no work life balance
If you value respect, integrity, teamwork, empowerment, ethical or even competent leadership you should not work here. Many partners operate akin to mob bosses sitting on top of their pyramid profiting off the backs of their employees who are educated, able, yet very scared all the time. You are a dispensable commodity to them and will get rid of you if you don't become one of their puppies. Most of them operate from near narcissist self-interest and develop internal factions. They engage in internal competition and empire building, hoarding information and blaming everyone around them for their own incompetence. When new people start, they realize the mistake they made within a few weeks and are stuck for at least a year. They are drawn in by the glitzy brand and realize what a circus of a toxic environment it is and just work through the pain until they can find something better.
Unprofessional and toxic work environment . Nobody cares about you ad a person. Work extended hours and have no personal life. Plus spread gossips about other. HR does not help and don’t believe you unless you are at least at a manager position
Innovative projects and highly-motivated workforce for the most part. Worked towards delivering sprint goals for the client and teams were rewarded with end of sprint socials to keep morale up.
Socials and occasional free lunches
Smart colleagues that analyze to the hundredth degree. Partners are very self serving and most have weak leadership skills. Partners in role to sell but do so at all costs....over sell, under deliver. Sense of entitlement is out of this world. Company exploits young and disposes of older employees. Also, not a good place if you want to have a family. Nearly all partners had had divorces.
learning opportunities, travel, smart colleagues
very long hours, travel, dishonest leaders
Called a talent when they need you and called “out” when not Poor performance plan, undecided Constant changes in HR Constraint to comply with internal compliance credentials Performance review are fke and all is decided by partners
Big firm (name)
Stick to the rules and comply even if not uour job
- Obviously a learning ground. - Chance to grow faster. - Gained lots of diversified experience - Coach is assigned to support you - Lots of stress - No work life balance - Working with different managers backfires as each manager style is different and one may end up getting a bad feedback because of this or the credit of your work being taken by the manager. - Sometimes experiences favoritism with your hard work going unnoticed
• Facilitated working sessions with stakeholders to document new business models, process and workflows in the form of Business Requirements Documents and translated them into user stories for development • Chaired meetings with technology vendors and in-house IT support to conduct feasibility analysis and determine dependencies in order to manage decisions on user story priorities within JIRA • Collaborated with end users and technology managers to develop the change management plan for the training and communication around the new system prior to rollout • Clarified requirements and acceptance criteria with the QAT and UAT teams to support the development of accurate test cases • Managed feedback from testing and end users by clearly classifying them into defects vs. change requests • Mentored junior team members by sharing lessons learned and best practices based on technical and relationship management experience
Partners prove to be self serving and struggle with ego. Makes for a challenging work environment. some very professional and others very petty. Unlike a corporate environment partners would undermine each other to deal with their own short comings.
freedom to work for the most part
poorly thought out decisions based on partner ego
You will not receive training, you will expected to learn on the job, you will disciplined if you speak up about any discrimination on the job, it will take forever to move up in the company unless you like to kiss up to your manager, will be working overtime even on the weekends without pay, you will not be recognized for any times when you overachieved, but will be criticized for making any mistakes