I do public sector consulting. Referred to work at Accenture AFS. After four years, I'm making 90K at North Highland. Would I make better at Accenture? Looking at the Senior Federal Analyst position.
Looking to leave big 4 because of travel and I want something smaller... in interview process with Proviti, North Highland, NTT Data, CapTech, and Jabian. Thoughts?
Guidehouse vs North Highland ~Academy. Similar pay/level. GH would be 0% travel, more staff aug, & more job safety. NHA would be 25-100% travel, more strategy work
Approached by North Highland recruiter for a client lead manager role. Haven’t spoken to her yet. Any insight on what this role is and whether it’s worth having a convo?
North Highland comp? Approached for senior consultant - strategy and Glassdoor has it around 98. Trying to gauge accuracy
Starting at North Highland as a consultant to break into the consulting world. Any suggestions on how to move up quickly? Want to learn as much as possible and jump to big 4.
Thoughts on North Highland? Looks like they have a local model. Are they primarily program management / IT? Do they have decent supply chain service offerings?
Anyone have insights about North Highland. How is the culture? Are the glass door reviews overblown or is it worth a shot to interview with them?
Anyone from North Highland People and Change here? Do you do strategy/actual consulting or just staff aug work (like I’ve heard from most general posters)? Satisfying work or no?