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Curious to hear ex-Slalom 🐠 ‘s experience on why they left.

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If i were to leave - it would be because slalom is more focused on living a charmed life than actually solving hard problems or building practices that create real value by solving hard problems. There are some people here that are holy crap wow good, but for the most part people are happy doing 40 hours doing simple work that is not challenging.


Yep! If I leave, it will be for the money.


I am off at least 15% in base compensation. Also didn’t get a sign on bonus or other pay benefits. That being said, with the kind of work, people, culture at Slalom, this is a trade off of my choice :)


@DD My issue is the growth potential is super low. 2.5% annual increases, no bonuses, and if promotion occurs its around a 4% increase, maybe 7% with annual increase- not even sure if thats guaranteed.


Haven’t left but I’m guessing 90% is for more money

I’ve always thought Slalom Consultants were decently paid. How off do you think you are from market avgs?

Ive also thought scalability was decent? I am at BAH and our annual increase was 2.5% industry-wide and no bonuses.

I see, are you in an office with large growth potential? i.e. If you can consistently move up and take on additional responsibilities (bd work), is it possible to get a salary equally competitive to other firms?

How do you know how much you're off? Who are you comparing to? I know slalom pays less than big 4 (unless you jump ship to go there in which case any move will pay you more)

KPMG 1 - I’m going to make it simple and not throw statistics or reports in the way. I’m off by ~15% compared to my MBA batchmates who had similar experience prior to MBA and have gone to work in consulting/non-consulting Jobs.

I feel like BAH is underpaid, especially in fed

You got an MBA and went to slalom during campus recruitment?

Not sure if campus recruitment really is a thing in the US, but yes- I met Slalom recruiters on my college campus, connected over LinkedIn, landed an interview and got the offer three months later.

Damn where do you work OP? Sounds horrendous ^


Absence of career path.

@vp Which office were you in? What were the efforts that you made and what were the outcome?

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Beyond 2 lines the text in each post card is cut off. I wonder how many lines in the comment section?


Does anyone here has job openings at his workplace. I'm sick of this company. Don't know why I'm asking for it here.

After 1.3 years of not having to fly for clients, I'm on my way to the airport. Pray for me 🐠 fam


First job: 1.5 years Second job: 1 year Third / current job: 2 years Is two years enough for me to leave? Or do I still have the “red flag” being a job hopper and should stick it out for another 6-12m


My cab is on time and the guy didn't talk to me on the way to the airport. Small wins.


Did anyone else have their Amex Serve shut down for "manufactured spending"? Any tips for spending 10k/month for a cc bonus? (Can't use travel expenses - firm requires corporate card for that)


Just "wolf whistled" instead of saying my name on a client call. My young female client took it as a compliment.


I've seen various threads where people (some big 4?) have referred to their companies' pensions. Can someone explain this to me? Why would anyone in this day and age offer pensions (versus 401k etc)?


Spot check. Is this even English?... "Scope out the genesis of the project"


Best pre-flight snack?

Investing Advice please! When you made your first investments (outside of your 401k and benefits at work) how much did you invest and what did you consider when deciding how to invest your $$?


What kind of real skills do we earn within our job? Questioning job choices when I have nothing to write for the blurb on weave. Others having UI design, fin tech, mobile, digital..all fancy stuff...


The most interesting part of consulting to me is being dropped into entirely new teams where no one knows each other and immediately having to adjust to a new team culture.


Mohammad Ali's son detained at airport for almost two hours because he is Muslim.


I can tell I'm going to like this group! The shade in this room is real!


Hope you all have an awesome weekend 🐠 fam, where ever you are in the 🌎❗️You all help make this consulting thing easier to deal with.


Does trickle down economics actually work?


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