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AT Kearney salaries

 
#1 AT Kearney salaries
07/06/2008 13:25

wm

Would anyone be able to help me understand the salary structure is A.T. Kearney? Have some offers and trying to work out what progression would look like financially. I’ve looked at top-consultant’s salary report and am now looking for what ATK offers specifically.

I believe that Business Analysts earn 35k (GBP), Senior Business Analysts 45-50k and bonuses. Any idea what associates and the more senior positions earn? Could anyone help?

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#2 RE: AT Kearney salaries
07/06/2008 23:08

anon to wm (#1)

BA £30-35k

SBA £35-45k

Ass. £45-65k

Mgr. £65-90k

Principal / Officer £100k+ base

Salaries are in line with the market - as ever, differences between individuals are much more significant than differences between firms.

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#3 RE: AT Kearney salaries
10/06/2008 17:25

2penny to anon (#2)

I think anon is in the right ball park although I would say it is roughly an extra 10%. This would be for just the base salary and would not include the bonus on top.

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#4 RE: AT Kearney salaries
10/06/2008 20:54

Evil Consultant to 2penny (#3)

Having spoken to an insider, the numbers quoted by anon are too low (at least for the associate level and above.) 10% - 20% higher seems to be the range quoted by my source.

EC

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#5 RE: AT Kearney salaries
11/06/2008 20:00

anon to Evil Consultant (#4)

I would expect the salaries to be higher than quoted by anon above, as these salaries can be matched by firms where there is less pressure and shorter hours

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#6 RE: AT Kearney salaries
11/06/2008 20:57

Kearner to anon (#5)

The Associate band is wider than suggested above - there are Associates on more and less than 45-65. Otherwise this is a fair reflection of base pay here at ATK and competitors.

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#7 RE: AT Kearney salaries
11/06/2008 23:14

DotT to Kearner (#6)

mmm....

no associate at ATK will be on 45k - i can promise that!!!!

The numebrs will be higher than given above - without going into too much detail I would take the top of anon's range as actually the bottom of the real range.

dott

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#8 RE: AT Kearney salaries
16/06/2008 17:33

putter to DotT (#7)

So if you moved from an SBA to an Associate, would your salary jump from 45-50k to 60k? How would the salary changes work?

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#9 RE: AT Kearney salaries
17/06/2008 09:39

E.g. to DotT (#7)

There certainly are Associates on 45k and potentially less - e.g. people that the firm hires and seconds from the not-for-profit sector, and those transferred from offices in low-cost locations. Simple matter of supply and demand.

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#10 RE: AT Kearney salaries
17/06/2008 16:50

anon to E.g. (#9)

what are bonuses like at ATK for Associate level?

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#11 RE: AT Kearney salaries
19/06/2008 10:36

opil to anon (#10)

I'd like to hear what the associate bonus is at ATK. Would anyone be able to help?

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#12 RE: AT Kearney salaries
23/06/2008 13:27

plig to opil (#11)

Approx 10% for SBAs, not sure about associates or when they are paid out though

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#13 RE: AT Kearney salaries
24/06/2008 18:00

DotT to plig (#12)

associates get upto 20% bonus - confirmedin Jan and paid in Jan.

And i'd like to repeat that no associate in ATK will be on 45k - regardless of where they come from. Whats the point associates discuss there salary - they'd just end up pissed off and leaving

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#14 RE: AT Kearney salaries
24/06/2008 18:45

wm to DotT (#13)

Hi DotT,

I hope its ok to ask you a quick question as you are in the know; roughly how difficult and how long does it take to move from SBA-to-Associate and Associate-to-Manager?

Any general advice to new joiners; things to look at in advance?

Thank you

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#15 RE: AT Kearney salaries
25/06/2008 10:42

--- to wm (#14)

Well I don't know much about AT Kearney, but I do know they pay pretty well! So, pay-wise, I'm sure you won't be too disappointed! But please, choose a career and a firm that you will ENJOY working for! Money is great, but it really isn't everything (even though it may feel like that from time to time)!

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