Kearney Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what Kearney employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

Kearney has a diversity rating of 4.1.

All answers shown come directly from Kearney Reviews and are not edited or altered.

Does there seem to be diversity at Kearney?

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22 April 2019

Pros

Broad exposure, ability to work on relatively high visibility projects, on-the-job perks

Cons

Social sanctioning, polarizing and political culture, lack of diversity, poor management with little oversight over their spending, arbitrary rating system with little interference or non-biased approach from H.R.

Advice to Management

Two-way feedback loop, ongoing training for ALL managers, require skill-building and professional development on a quarterly basis with clear strategy and goals, work on communicating clear strategy and expectations, ambiguity is not a strength

Social sanctioning, polarizing and political culture, lack of diversity, poor management with little oversight over their spending, arbitrary rating system with little interference or non

22 April 2019

Reviewed by: Consultant in New York, NY (Current Employee)

2 May 2020

Pros

There are many highly motivated and smart people High emphasis on diversity and inclusion makes the working environment very fair and inviting Strong and visible leadership who lead by example

Cons

Lot of turnover and confusion after change of internal operating system. Wish the bonus was higher for management service staff. Sometimes the pay doesn’t make up for the long hours you put in, but flexible hours and high tolerance for remote working makes up for it somewhat. Career opportunity may be a little limited for management service staff. No tuition reimbursement system for management service staff. Consultants make management service staff feel like second class citizens sometimes.

Advice to Management

Budget more money for internal systems and it’s implementation. There are too many systems that don’t talk to each other and don’t work well. Please implement tuition reimbursement for MS staff.

High emphasis on diversity and inclusion makes the working environment very fair and inviting

2 May 2020

Reviewed by: Senior Analyst in Chicago, IL (Current Employee)

1 January 2020

Pros

Great colleagues/ peers that become lifelong friends

Cons

General lack of apprenticeship model and diversity in leadership

General lack of apprenticeship model and diversity in leadership

1 January 2020

Reviewed by: Associate in Sydney (Current Employee)

17 June 2020

Pros

Great benefits, emphasizes work life balance, they value their employees.

Cons

Admins have little opportunity for advancement. Lack of diversity in high level management positions.

Advice to Management

Create an incentive plan for Management Services.

Lack of diversity in high level management positions.

17 June 2020

Reviewed by: Executive Assistant in Arlington, VA (Former Employee)

22 January 2020

Pros

Intelligent and ambitious peers Decent Variety of projects

Cons

Big disregard for work life balance Lack of gender and racial diversity in defense practice Poor development structure Poor executive transparency and leadership Managers and principals take out their stress on junior employees (analysts and associates)

Advice to Management

Build a structure to develop your consultants

Lack of gender and racial diversity in defense practice

22 January 2020

Reviewed by: SBA in New York, NY (Former Employee)

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