Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – 10 April 2018
8 hr. day / 40hrs per week. Complete with all benefits options available. Originally started at front desk receptionist and serve as Admin. back up. Years progressed ans more responsibilities were giving to me. With Corporate training and classes made available to learn software programs and applications.
nothing really, sometimes deadlines could be stressful.
Analyst (Former Employee) – Raffles – 7 April 2018
There is a lot to learn here. The job covers many jurisdictions and there are a lot of opportunities to travel. However, it is project based so you are expected to get the work done by the deadline no matter what.
Representative (Former Employee) – Loveland, CO – 6 April 2018
I learned a lot at KROLL, pay was okay could of been better. Supervisor and the people were terrific, was sorry to go when the employment came to a close with lack of work. Made a lot of good friend there and still stay in touch with old Supervisors.
Analyst (Current Employee) – NY – 22 February 2018
Learned a lot here initially and work-life balance was unbeatable, but the company has failed to change with the industry and is contracting/reorganizing. Most good mentors and managers have left, there is no transparency from the top, and researchers are treated as dispensable. Initiative and passion are not rewarded. Rampant culture of sexism, competition and greed.
Business Development Director (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – 19 October 2017
good to excellent training at a pre eminent firm amazing co workers very large office building senses of humor some extra demands outside of workday could be tricky to balance a 40 hour week, ie early meetings and networking dinners nice international offices dress code
Associate (Former Employee) – 北京市 – 8 September 2017
working there is boring. but you have to get used to it because the nature of consulting. you are on several cases at once, and your case manager will assign you tasks, mainly litigation research or new search. you go to meetings with team mates and case manager, divide up the work, write the report and turn it in.
It was a very rewarding experience to work at Kroll, The management was well trained and made me into an exceptional analyst. The work environment was very friendly and very ethical. The hardest part of the job was getting in touch with universities in small towns, but managing to still get a report was very rewarding. it gave a sense of achievement and satisfaction to be able to work at Krol.
Cyber Investigations Marketing Manager (Current Employee) – New York, NY – 4 October 2015
There are some very talented and smart people at Kroll, While the disorganization and high turnover of the c-suite creates a lot of stress on the employees, the work is really interesting and you do certainly feel like you are doing good for the clients and for the world at large.
I started working there with an internship, and ended up leaving during a bankruptcy. It was a good start to my career, but there was no chance for job advancement and the culture was old and traditional.
Security Guard (Former Employee) – New York, NY – 22 June 2015
job was pretty relaxed you monitor floors take calls instruct others where to go for meetings and your co- workers assisted you in the best way possible hardest part of the job was deliveries from fedex
I enjoyed the people I worked with and was close to home.
QA/QC Analyst (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – 13 May 2015
Reviewing loan files daily. I improved my mortgage/compliance knowledge. The management made commitments that were not followed through. I am a team player and got along very well with my coworkers. Feeling secure in the position as they kept laying people off was the hardest part. I helped train on the programs and enjoyed working with others.
Vice President Sourcing (Former Employee) – Eden Prairie, MN – 12 March 2015
great place to work, nice people can't be beat, filed for bankruptcy so that was a downer. My boss was caring and understanding, even though he didnt know much about procurement he got his hands dirty with me and supported me in my role. The company had never had a centralized procurement team before and it took quite some effort to create one.
Credit Controller II (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – 25 February 2015
My typical work day involves taking calls from clients regarding past due invoices. I have learned how to use Great Plains in my current position. Management is pretty decent. I love my co-workers. The hardest part about my job is being pushy. I love being able to help clients.
NYC - Assistant Manager Elite Application Support (Former Employee) – New York, NY – 19 February 2015
Some of the best personnel in their field. Made a great impact for all their clients they were contracted with to provide services. Became the global leader in their field because of their professionalism.