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starting pay at Deloitte (London)?

 
#1 starting pay at Deloitte (London)?
18/02/2005 09:16

anon

Hi,

Does anybody know the starting wage (and compensation package)for a graduate at deloitte in the UK? would be really grateful for any info.

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#2 Re: starting pay at Deloitte (London)?
18/02/2005 10:00

Steve

The starting salary is 29k + a 1.5k sign on ("relocation") bonus. Hope this helps.

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#3 Re: starting pay at Deloitte (London)?
18/02/2005 11:26

offer

i have received an offer for ACN that is £28,500 to a 10k sign on, but think i would prefer deloitte which i have an interview coming up for, however i was surprised in the big difference between the two, does anybody think there is scope for negotiation?

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#4 Re: starting pay at Deloitte (London)?
18/02/2005 11:45

Kev

I don't think there is much scope for negotiation. This comes with experience unfortunatley. As a grad, it's pretty laid out for you.

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#5 Re: starting pay at Deloitte (London)?
18/02/2005 15:12

Student

I'm in the same position as you. Have an offer from both firms. Can I ask why you would prefer Deloite over ACN?

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#6 Re: starting pay at Deloitte (London)?
21/02/2005 12:16

idea

Hi, please consider this as an opinion only. I think there are so many negative feedbacks about ACN in these forums just because ACN are employing every year much more than any other consultancy. This is also logical that as they employ the most, they lay off the most or newcomers as well. This is why there are so many unhappy comments about ACN. I do not defend ACN.

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#7 Re: starting pay at Deloitte (London)?
24/02/2005 13:10

Deloitte consultant

As a consultant at Deloitte, I must say I have absolutely no regrets concerning my choice of employer. Admittedly, the sign-on bonus isn't as good as it could be, and strat houses probably give you better base pay as well. Plus there's no scope for negotiation for the grad intake, but I'm sure that's the case with all other companies as well. Despite recent the recent upturn in activity, it's still very much a buyer's market as far as recruitment is concerned. On pay, I think the work-life balance at DC more than makes up for the difference, and I'm quite confident in saying that we probably are better paid on an hourly rate than ACN consultants. Plus the people are top quality, with a sense of humour and healthy egos. As a company, we are definitely moving towards the advisory end of the consulting spectrum, and away from the large-scale (and low margin) IT implementation work that ACN does. Techies definitely have a place here (I'm one of them), but we're not used as code-monkeys.

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#8 Re: starting pay at Deloitte (London)?
03/03/2005 09:45

Fiona

I have got an offer to start on the Consulting grad scheme at Deloitte on £30,500 (plus £540 benefit allowance) with the choice of a £1,500 sign on bonus, or a £7,000 interest free graduate loan. This is the standard package for grads starting in London in September 05.

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#9 RE: starting pay at Deloitte (London)?
17/05/2007 14:22

Jamie to Fiona (#8)

And in 2006 and in 2007.. Maybe they'll finally put it up in 2008!!?

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#10 RE: starting pay at Deloitte (London)?
17/05/2007 14:44

anon to Jamie (#9)

Just to clear up an earlier point. I work for Accenture and just because they take a lot of grads on doesnt mean they lay a lot off.

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#11 RE: starting pay at Deloitte (London)?
17/05/2007 17:41

anon to anon (#10)

yes it does.

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#12 RE: starting pay at Deloitte (London)?
17/05/2007 18:15

Who knows to anon (#11)

Oh my god...IBM only pay grads 25k, no sign on, no nothing! The bonus is a joke too.

So if i move after 2 years say to Deloitte...will i get less there grad starting salary of around 30k or less than a deloitte grad after 2years???

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#13 RE: starting pay at Deloitte (London)?
17/05/2007 20:45

Oh behave to Who knows (#12)

You'll be lucky if they'll take you, with questions like that

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#14 RE: starting pay at Deloitte (London)?
18/05/2007 14:11

Anon to Oh behave (#13)

Anyone know what the Capgemini grad package is?

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#15 RE: starting pay at Deloitte (London)?
18/05/2007 17:19

Taxman to Who knows (#12)

As IBm are moving their entire operation to india 25k UKP will buy you a lot of bhoona. In the UK well a call centre offers that now, and hey even at a 5x multiple of salary you cant even afford a place of your own.

IBm is trying to tell you something, dont fight it, just let it make itself known.

Your better to Join IBM as an experienced hire, and FYI I did not know they still had a grad scheme.

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#16 RE: starting pay at Deloitte (London)?
18/05/2007 19:33

Who Knows to deleted (#0)

Yes they do....They just one "Top Graduate Employer" this year at target awards...thats the top award ..also; most popular recruiter in IT & Communications; and the company making the most outstanding contribution to diversity in graduate recruitment & nominated for Best COnsulting Group.

...check the news headlines on this site!

I mean they must be a good company, considered amongst the top full service firms.....so why the shameful 25k starting salary and small rises/bonuses??

I just hope i haven't permanatly lowered my "asking price" to next recruiter whos grad salroes will prob be~ 30k!?

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#17 RE: starting pay at Deloitte (London)?
19/06/2007 15:42

new starter to Jamie (#9)

as a new starter at deloitte in 2007, it is disappointing to learn that I am getting the same package as 2 years ago.

With 5% compound inflation over the last two years, this means that they are valuing their new starters significantly less than two years ago.

With the high growth and profits an inflationary rise would seem more than affordable.

They will risk losing the best candidates if this information was widely available.

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#18 RE: starting pay at Deloitte (London)?
20/06/2007 15:55

contracts thru to new starter (#17)

Just got contract through for september - startng slalry £31k + £500 flexi bens.

£500 increase on last year, not great but ok I guess...

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#19 RE: starting pay at Deloitte (London)?
20/06/2007 16:02

Q? to contracts thru (#18)

Hi,

Contracts.., are you starting in the Strategy arm?

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#20 RE: starting pay at Deloitte (London)?
20/06/2007 16:19

contracts thru to new starter (#17)

Just got contract through for september - startng slalry £31k + £500 flexi bens.

£500 increase on last year, not great but ok I guess...

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#21 RE: starting pay at Deloitte (London)?
20/06/2007 16:21

contracts to Q? (#19)

Yes, I'm joining the strategy team. Although I think the pay is standard across consulting..

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#22 RE: starting pay at Deloitte (London)?
20/06/2007 19:35

DCF to contracts (#21)

Know-nothing graduates who demand unrealistic salaries for their meagre abilities are becoming a bit of a problem - because, like, Charlotte's mate Toby, yeah? Gets paid a 50 grand bonus at Goldmans.

If it's not enough for you go and work somewhere else. It's not as if we're short of applicants and I'm sure it would be increased if all the people of the requisite quality were all off to investment banks or wherever.

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