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Best consulting firms to work?

I am interested in the consulting industry. Which firms are the best and more inclusive? working work work-life-balance

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Sanober’s Answer

Hi Abelardo!

My friend is has worked at a couple of the "Big 4" best consulting firms in the world, and those include: Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu (Deloitte), KPMG International (KPMG), PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), and Ernst & Young (EY).

She says out of them all, EY stands out for employee satisfaction and offers the best benefits.

Hope this helps :)
Sanober
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Susan’s Answer

I started my career at Accenture and highly recommend it. Given they are worldwide and have their hands in all kinds of industries, it allows you to test the waters in different areas to find an area that might be of most interest to you. They also have excellent training and processes to help you have a strong understanding of key consulting skills such as Process improvement, Change Management, Project Management, etc.
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Simeon’s Answer

I work at PwC and we have a lot of diversity and inclusion goals internally. They also have groups and events where diversity and corporate action to support these goals are discussed. Lots of volunteering as well. I'd also chip in that our benefits are amazing. To echo an earlier comment, I've heard great things about EY as well.
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Sonja’s Answer

Abelardo,

I agree with the other answers - i think if you look at the Big 4 audit/assurance firms EY/PWC/Deloitte & KPMG you cant go wrong. I personally trained with KPMG in Ireland and really liked it there. I also work closely with people from PWC and EY and they also seem like great firms too and will provide you with fantastic training and a wealth of experience with different types of clients. They will be quite similar in the way they operate - you can look up reviews online to see about specific benefits and their inclusivity scores.

Best of luck,
Sonja
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