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Deloitte

 
#1 Deloitte
14/02/2006 22:25

likeme

Guys,

Any1 know what the culture at Deloitte is like i.e:

1)Are people friendly and good to work with

2)What are managers like, assertive or aggresive

3) work / life balance any good?

4) Career progression supported?

I am thinking of applying to deloitte and any info the above would be useful!

thanks!

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#2 Re: Deloitte
15/02/2006 15:00

East Enda

Hi,

I'm a 2nd year analyst at Deloitte. My answers to your questions as follows...

(1) The majority, yes. As at any organisation, there are a few bad one's who you have to keep a close eye on when working with them.

(2) I've found them very helpful so far - some Partner's can be assertive/aggressive, and may not have the same level of tolerance or acceptance for mistakes made through youth/lack of experience

(3) I've found the work life balance great. When the work is on and deadlines are approaching, you will work hard. When it's "business as usual" - you are okay to do as you please. At these times, I quite often work from home - although this is not encouraged, it is carried out by many practitioners.

(4) Very good. Good flexibility in terms of working in different service lines etc, funding for Professional exams such as CIMA, CIPS, IDM etc.

All in all, very good company to work for.

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#3 Re: Deloitte
15/02/2006 15:38

likeme

Thanks for your answer - appreciated!

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#4 Re: Deloitte
15/02/2006 15:48

SecondRound

Hi East Enda!

Just wondering if you have any advice on the second round invterview consisting of Essay, two interviews and a case study?

Cheers!

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#5 Re: Deloitte
15/02/2006 15:54

East Enda

Yep, no worries.

I would say there is no real difference from any other interview at a mgt consultancy firm.

CASE STUDY - be concise, prioritise on the main issues. There is no right/wrong answer - what is important is to communicate the rationale which you used to achieve your own answer

INTERVIEWS - confident, but not arrogant. Self assured. Show your personality. It is important to show that you can open up and communicate with people, that you will be easy to work with.

ESSAY - show structure in your writing, do not go all over the place. show rationale once more.

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