LEK Consulting Review Data
47 total review submissions
|2020||1st Year Associate||chicago||Generalist||I have been at LEK for a few months and have been very…||The hours can be long and rather tiring. You also dont…|
|2021||2nd Year Associate||Chicago||Healthcare||Out by six policy: Each week the case team is able to…||High number of weekly hours, limited diversity in the…|
|2020||2nd Year Associate||Paris||Generalist||Very strong exposure to PE, both mid-cap and large-cap…||Work-life balance can be put at risk
|2018||Intern||Boston||N/A||Team is always fun to be around with, and also they are…||Some of the cons are: long hours, lots of travel sometimes…|
|2020||1st Year Analyst||San Francisco||Generalist||Collegial environment. A small firm, so allows for more…||Work can be overwhelming at times and PE DD cases can be a…|
|2020||1st Year Analyst||Chicago||Generalist||- internship canceled; adapted program to eLearning…||- not much professional development over the summer…|
|2020||Summer Associate Intern||Munich||N/A||Super interesting projects, super collaboration. A really…||Really, none! I wish that I got to know more people, but I…|
|2020||1st Year Associate||New York||Generalist||Great work, cool people, awesome office culture. Definitely…||Heavy hours but that's consulting. The company is…|
|2020||Consultant||Boston||Generalist||Good benefits, including work perks (late night dinners…||Over-indexed to private equity, translating into many quick…|
|2020||Associate Consultant||New York||Consulting||* Strong work life balance programs (e.g., Out by 6 PM on…||* The firm frequently is sold-out due to how fast it’s…|
|2019||Intern||Boston||Generalist||There are a ton of activities that have been integrated to…||The pay is not superb compared to MBB (obviously). Some of…|
|2019||Consultant||Chicago||Strategy||Great coworkers and compensation. Interesting projects. The…||Hours are long and projects are usually understaffed. Often…|
|2019||1st Year Associate||Boston||Generalist||Steep learning curve for new hires
No relocation bonus for out of town…
|2016||Consultant||Los Angeles||Life Sciences||Exciting work, get to travel quite a bit. Good benefits,…||Pay lower than other consulting companies, future…|
|2019||Consultant||Chicago||Strategy||Great pay and people, with particularly strong reputation…||Company is growing too fast for its own good. Hiring has…|
|2018||1st Year Associate||New York, NY, USA||Generalist||Smart people, good exposure to PE. Diversity of projects…||Although low traveling, hours are extremely long averaging…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Chicago||Generalist||Good pay, good co-workers, great training, high level of…||The typical consulting aspects such as long hours is…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||San Francisco||Generalist||Great experience, learning experiences, pay, great…||Long hours, stressful working environment at times, feel…|
|2019||3rd+ Year Associate||Boston||Generalist||- PE focus / good exit opps (VC, corp strat, top business…||- Management doesn't care about hours
|2019||1st Year Associate||Boston||Healthcare||Reasonable, the company is collegial and a lot of my peers…||Environment does not reward people with my background (MD/…|
|2018||Associate Consultant||San Francisco||Generalist||At L.E.K. Consulting you get broad exposure to projects…||Hours are long and out of your control.
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Chicago||Generalist||Great benefits, hard working management. Case teams are…||Pay is a bit on the low side, cases are mainly focused on…|
|2019||2nd Year Associate||New York||Generalist||Great culture in the Boston office, heavy socialization…||Longer hours as far as consulting goes, limited support…|
|2018||Intern||Boston||Generalist||Overall the company has was focused on personal growth. I…||I did not like my ability to be able to choose and pick the…|
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