started at Slalom this week. and yeah the reviews are legit. the people, culture and wlb. I had to see it to believe it. never looking at a big 4 again
Deloitte is worried about layoffs, EY has to deal with pancakes and waffles, meanwhile the Slalom bowl is discussing if any of the offices have ever cut the snack budget.
Gotten offers from both Boston and Mck, and all I want is one from Slalom. Why the heck wont they recruit just a tad better??
Slalom new hire here. So we're supposed to have work/life balance. After billing 40 hours to the client, there's commute time and expectations of doing a bunch of Slalom training and socializing.
Has anyone moved from Deloitte to Slalom? Did it feel like a step down? Glad you did it? How strong is their pipeline? How was the experience? Signing bonus? Interested in their Org Consulting group.
Best and worst interview experience: Best = Slalom (didn't get the job) Worst = EY (didn't get the job)
Can’t seem to post in Slalom Bowl so will do it here... Heard stories that most partners make $500k max all in due to promise of local work and very little travel. Is this $$ correct or not true?
So are high paying consulting job only travel gigs? I want something local that still pays well. Currently work at Slalom & make $100k w no signing bonus, no 401k match for a year, & small raises
Slalom or ZS? Which firm provides a better experience? Which firm will help me build a better brand?
Currently at a smaller firm making 70K entry level, interviewing for Slalom. Is it possible to neg a 10% pay increase given 1.5 yrs of experience?
Slalom reached out to me - pretty sure they are low balling me because I look young. The practice lead called me a “smart girl”
Just had intro call with Slalom, but I’m surprised at how many more interviews they want to conduct: sounds like all in they want at least another phone round and then 3 in office interviews...
Slalom? how are they? pay compared to Accenture or EY? They are creating 600 jobs in Florida and moving to the beach sounds tempting...
I'm curious as to why there's so much hate from everyone else on Slalom. It's like Slalom is the weird kid minding their own business trying to eat their lunch and everyone else throws food at them.
Considering a move to Slalom...any warnings? My reasons: I believe in building local community relationships + value mid-market clients but receive pushback from leadership when I recommend pursuits
Got offers from Slalom and EY. Of course EY is significantly higher than Slalom. How much lower, in percent (on average), is acceptable for staying local and not travel. Slalom is 30 percent lower.