Current and former employees report that PA Consulting provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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‘Doesn't make you feel bad when sick and doesn't push you ’
‘Fair and evenly distributed with a chance to carry over’
‘Performance bonus is generous and fair. Work hard, and you will be rewarded’
Great Benefits and private health insurance policy
Joined as a Principal - good benefits overall in terms of pay and package. Very supportive culture and big on training.
Option to take a sabbatical after 2 years
Perks include bonus + ESOPs and Insurance whic are not in CTC
Good pension contribution (3% from employees and 8% from employer), 25 days of leave and you can buy up to 5 more if you want, good health insurance with virtual GP.
They listen to you
Sufficinet benefits, flexibility to buy additional 5 days holiday.
Good salary, bonuses can be pretty large during good years. Travel Allowance is effectively just an addition to your salary.
Bonus allocation is unfair and lacks transparency. Value of bonus expectations are over emphasised during recruitment. Bonus is principally based on utilisation and Utilisation is principally driven by internal networks. Internal networks = conscious and unconscious bias in selection for work. 2020 was a great year for PA, however significant dissatisfaction for many people with bonus payments across the firm. A great deal of work to do in building transparency and fairness.
Good benefits, all the standard stuff