Was recently approached by Slalom. I can’t seem to wrap my head around the idea of being a consultant and NOT having to travel. I can’t decide if it would be amazing or if I’d freak out. Thoughts?
https://fortune.com/best-companies/2020/ 25 - EY 31 - Slalom 32 - KPMG 36 - PWC 41 - Accenture 45 - Deloitte 46 - West Monroe . . . 69 - Bain ESKPADW (the W is silent) is the new MBB?
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
Fortune 100 Best Companies to work for 2020 21 - Plante Moran, 25 - EY, 31 - Slalom, 32 - KPMG, 34 - Protiviti, 36 - PWC, 41 - Accenture, 45 - Deloitte, 46 - West Monroe Partners, 69 - Baine & Co.,
Why does Accenture keep trying to buy Slalom? What is the benefit and how could that match ever work?
I have a 220k base and just moved to Boston. I am meeting with Slalom next Friday, can they match that base? If not, any thoughts on the max they may offer?
Any insight into Alixpartners? A recruiter reached out about their restructuring practice? Ive been wanting to move out of Slalom and this seems like it would be a good move during this time
M1 at ACN, interviewing with Slalom. Pros: WLB, 20% pay bump Cons: Less prestigious, flattened (?) upward trajectory Thoughts? I'm 28 & don't want to unintentionally kneecap career.
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.
Final round with the GM of the Slalom office I’ve been interviewing with - tips on what to expect?
Weighing possible change to a different firm and wondering what thoughts are between RightPoint and Slalom. Specifically the culture, work-life balance and leadership.
Currently at Booz making 76k, have an offer from Deloitte for 100k, and now Slalom wants to talk. Will they offer 100k or more? IT consultant w 4.5 years experience.
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.
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??
Why does everyone travel and what do you do at the client you can’t do remote? I came to slalom from industry but 80% of my clients have massive wfh policy and a lot of my clients also use big4
Any thoughts on EY vs Slalom? Expecting offers from both and weighing pros & cons of each. Currently at another Big 4 firm. I don’t mind some travel but prefer some flexibility & remote weeks mixed in