Plural Strategy Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what Plural Strategy 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.

Plural Strategy has a diversity rating of 4.5.

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30 December 2019

Does there seem to be diversity at Plural Strategy?

Pros

- Fantastic vibrant, supportive and entrepreneurial culture which creates a great learning environment. The culture has been maintained as the company grows rapidly in size, reputation and diversity, and as it implements more structured HR / recruitment processes - Lots of early responsibility – invaluable early exposure to partners / senior project managers who are industry experts + genuine drive for juniors to get client exposure - Highly intelligent, motivated and approachable team at all levels who really push you and challenge your thinking regularly - The nature of Plural’s focus industries (B2B media, information and marketing agencies) give you indirect exposure to several different industries (e.g. CDD on a news subscription product for companies in the gaming industry) - Rapidly developing a reputation as the leading consultancy in its focus industries – a great journey to be a part of which you don’t get at larger consultancies - Great company away days, socials and off-site training - Recent move into a fantastic new office

Cons

- As with any strategy consultancy, long hours and tight deadlines on a regular basis should be expected - Plural’s fast growth means that projects can be sold before deciding if there is sufficient resource, which can add to the pressures of an already intense job for employees - Focus industries are mostly B2B and can feel tricky to relate to

Advice to Management

- Continue moving junior salaries closer to those at leading strategy consultancies - Keep the great culture and early responsibility as the company continues to grow

The culture has been maintained as the company grows rapidly in size, reputation and diversity, and as it implements more structured HR / recruitment processes

30 December 2019

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