FTI Consulting – New York, NY
will include, but will not be limited to, the following: Effectively working with clients in order to develop the work plan for building custom… Ivy Exec
FTI Consulting – Boston, MA
for this position include: Supporting the Senior Managing Directors in building this new line of business. Training and developing staff. Managing… Ivy Exec
FTI Consulting – Jakarta, NA
We are currently seeking a Manager to join our Jakarta office. This role is specifically within the corporate finance and restructuring arena, with… Ivy Exec
FTI Consulting – New York, NY +2 locations
FTI Consulting s Strategic Communications practice is looking for a highly experienced strategist and practitioner to lead the firm s digital and… Ivy Exec
FTI Consulting – London, NA +2 locations
PRIMARY DUTIES:As part of this busy team you will support the development of innovative strategies and programmes leading to content that is… Ivy Exec
FTI Consulting – Washington, DC
FTI is looking for CPA s with 2 years of public accounting experience (preferably a Big 4 background). As a Consultant, you will be responsible for… Ivy Exec
FTI Consulting – Shanghai, NA
FTI Consulting is looking for CPA s with 8-10 years of experience, including 5-6 years of public accounting experience (preferably a Big Four… Ivy Exec
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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at FTI Consulting full-time for more than a yearPros
1. Working with a number of great people, some have become dear friends.
2. Refreshments on tap!
3. Office is suitably located for high profile clientsCons
1. Heavy clique-based atmosphere, and sadly senior management uses it as a basis for deciding promotions/bonuses rather than talent - if you're not in a favourable circle, you're opportunities are limited.
2. HR are more concerned with protecting the company than the challenges that are faced by its employees. They can not be relied upon for support and often sensitive info "leaks", making an uncomfortable working atmosphere.
3. Unclear promotion path can sometimes generate "dog eat dog" behaviour from colleagues. Again, if you're in a favourable circle, this conduct is overlooked.
4. Very little budget for training, colleagues have funded their own courses which they take in their own time.Advice to ManagementAdvice
See beyond your favourites, communicate and invest in all your staff. The sense of belonging and being part of a team rather than just a worker will keep people there!Doesn't RecommendNo opinion of CEO