Deloitte FAQ

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52 English questions out of 52

23 November 2019

Does Deloitte offer relocation assistance?

Pros

One of the best 4 companies. Friendly people Good projects and clients to work with Easy relocation

Cons

None that I can remember

Easy relocation

23 November 2019

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16 September 2020

Does Deloitte offer massages?

Pros

Great benefits and PTO is generous. They provide a well being subsidy of $500 per year to be used for work out classes and equipment. Even massages! Very well structured organization with lots of opportunity to learn and grow. Process-oriented and forward thinking. I felt proud to work here and feel that I worked among the best of the best. Also, I worked fully remote for the duration of my role which enabled a very comfortable work day. My job was very demanding but fulfilling and exciting. I did not mind the busyness since I was working from home daily.

Cons

Very demanding, long hours at times. Otherwise, enjoyed the role and firm very much!

Advice to Management

Visiting Deloitte University should be optional and not a requirement. Training and learning opportunities should be pursued by only those who are interested.

Even massages!

16 September 2020

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27 February 2020

Does Deloitte offer dental insurance?

Pros

Constant progression with good progression increment and a decent annual increment

Cons

Poor benefits for the family, especially medical & dental for the family

Poor benefits for the family, especially medical & dental for the family

27 February 2020

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15 June 2020

Does Deloitte offer parental leave?

Pros

Great maternity leave benefits and remote work flexibility

Cons

Heave workload and Expect to work on weekends

Great maternity leave benefits and remote work flexibility

15 June 2020

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26 July 2018

Does Deloitte have a pension plan?

Pros

As most reviews have stated, D is an awesome place to work. They only hire the best and brightest and the culture is one filled with super high achievers. They have fairly good benefits, pension, tuition reimbursement, fitness subsidies and other perks. There are tremendous opportunities within the company if you can make it happen, which is often tough. They are very well respected in the market and have a great reputation.

Cons

It's hard to stand out here. The 'never enough' culture is alive and well and one that leadership enforces regularly. Not having P/P/D support on a regular and ongoing basis can be career ending, as they do run the company. If allowed, they will run employees completely ragged with the expectations for client work, training and internal firm requirements. Boundaries are very rarely put into place and even less often respected. And the treatment/mentality of the people at the centers (USDC) is often very sad.

Advice to Management

In essence, the 'never enough' culture is not sustainable. When the majority of those that get promoted usually work 60+ hours weekly, that's in direct conflict with your core value of work/life balance. And the 'separate but equal' philosophy for the employees at the USDC has created an internal inequity that may not ever be made right. Your employees cannot be your first priority with this mentality, which is so visibly present and felt at the the center. You'll continue to lose smart people that can't get on board with the partner model, up or out, never enough and the USDC marginalization.

They have fairly good benefits, pension, tuition reimbursement, fitness subsidies and other perks.

26 July 2018

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