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- Scientia Consulting Group scored higher in 9 areas: Overall Rating, Career Opportunities, Compensation & Benefits, Work-life balance, Senior Management, Culture & Values, CEO Approval, % Recommend to a friend and Positive Business Outlook.
What Employees Say
- "Work life balance" was the most mentioned Pro at Gartner.
- "Work life balance" was the most mentioned Con at Gartner.
I have been working at Gartner full-time for more than a year
- fair pay - good benefits, such as private health, a good pension and free gym on site - metrics-driven, but this is only to enable you to be able to figure out how to improve, if you're achieving... results this is not over-emphasised (the way it should be) - combination of fast-growing business and large business, meaning there are strong best-practices and resources you can take advantage of to be successful, whilst knowing by doing well there will be opportunity for you to grow and develop - fair expectations you can realistically overachieve on: this is a high performing business with high expectations so if you want to coast it's not for you, but from experience the targets are motivating and realistic and rewards for overachievement are great compared to what you'll normally find elsewhere -friendly people everywhere I've met, there's a culture of helping colleagues with no personal incentive to do so (it's not a lone wolf mentality culture) - my manager has been incredibly supportive in my time here as has my VP who is US based - I can't speak to everyone's experience in terms of cost-cutting during covid but my experience has been that they have handled this really well, taking steps to cost cut where they can to avoid making redundancies as much as possible, finding different roles for at risk staff who are at least meeting expectation in their current role wherever possible.
- more flexible working for experienced hires would be good, which is likely to be the case post-covid. Previous to covid, this has always been at individual manager's discretion and whilst some are... very open to it, others I understand are not.
Advice to Management
- re-look at flexible working post-covid, the staff have performed well during this entirely remote period which should provide confidence in this.
I have been working at Scientia Consulting Group full-time for more than 3 years
A hybrid of Consulting and Software\IT FinTech Services Company with a friendly atmosphere (if you are working in the HQ and not assigned to clients). Combines the stability of the Banking sector... with the innovation of a start-up with no red-tape. Great projects for major European Banks, Innovative (if not unique) services at the forefront of FinTech Industry, vision, benefits (health care, gym, unlimited free coffee), competitive salary.
None if you expect a competent FinTech entry-level experience.
Advice to Management
More performance-based incentives, more outings together.