Deloitte & Touche LLP Review Data
100 total review submissions
|2019||Intern||Houston||Generalist||The cultural was extremely friendly, social and inclusive.…||Too inclusive because there were definitely a few odd and…|
|2019||Senior Consultant||chicago||Transaction Advisory Services||Work life balance is great. I'm allowed to work remote…||Compensation could be better. Especially the bonus. It is…|
|2019||Consultant||New York||Mergers and Acquisitions||Deloitte provides decent training opportunities and good…||The pay is terrible for the amount of hours you are…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Melbourne||Generalist||People are great ( a lot of diverse workforce e.g degree,…||Salary is low
Relocation is difficult if you want to…
|2016||Auditor||McLean||Accounting||Great benefits (PTO, 401k match & Pension), good…||Worked on terrible clients and had trouble getting off of…|
|2019||Auditor||ISTANBUL||Audit||It was a very pleasant experience to work in a reputable…||The lack of competence in the audit industry provides a…|
|2019||Intern||Los Angeles||Generalist||Great company to intern at, they organize events and have…||Not many things to mention. At times it seemed like there…|
|2019||Intern||Louisville||Audit||Ernst & Young is a pretty nice place to work. Their…||Audit work can be extremely repetitive and mundane. The…|
|2019||Summer Associate Intern||Boston||Generalist||- Fellow analyst class provided a good network of contacts…||- The monotonous workload for the duration of the placement…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Montreal||Management Consulting||The team was composed of very nice and intelligent people.…||Hours were sometimes long and the travelling could get a…|
|2018||1st Year Analyst||Madrid||Management Consulting||Good work environment.
|A lot of boring projects
Very poor salary
|2019||Intern||Chicago||N/A||Great reputation and good people. Hours are not too bad.…||After the reorganization, it is much harder to work on…|
|2019||Other||Washington||Risk Management||Great team, great company overall. The insurance benefits…||The project delivery model though is a joke and recruiters…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Chicago||Strategy and Operations||I haven't started yet, but everyone I have met has…||Since I haven't started yet I don't really have…|
|2019||Summer Associate Intern||Houston||Financial Services||Great company culture. If you intern during busy season you…||Long hours during busy season. Depending on your MD working…|
|2019||Senior Consultant||Dallas||Generalist||Healthy hours, flexible schedules, exposure to C-suites…||There is never full transparency on performance review…|
|2019||Manager||Seattle||Life Sciences||Prestige, learn a lot, work with smart people, interesting…||Hard work, lots of travel that you don’t get paid for and…|
|2018||Engagement Manager||Kansas City||Oil & Gas||Great opportunity that comes with good work/life balance as…||Continuously moving towards technology implementation work…|
|2018||Engagement Manager||Kansas City||Oil & Gas||Work life balance has improved dramatically and the firm…||Work continues to migrate towards more implementation (…|
|2018||1st Year Analyst||Boston||Generalist||Stable job, not difficult, occasionally challenging, in PE…||Everyone hates the job, sometimes long hours, pay is not…|
|2019||Consultant||Atlanta||Consumer - Retail||The company provides many training opportunities. Lots of…||Long working hours for strategy projects. Not very…|
|2019||1st Year Associate||Chicago, IL, USA||Investment Banking||Quality middle market deals. Ability to navigate career in…||Below market pay. Would prefer we skip some of the smaller…|
|2018||1st Year Analyst||New York||Generalist||Good work-life balance and great exposure given to analysts…||Repetitive tasks also due to small size of deals and all…|
|2019||1st Year Associate||Chicago||Corporate Finance||Great work life balance. Work from home usually once a week…||Work is redundant and most of the work is st the end of…|
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