Je ne recommande pas cette entreprise aux jeunes diplômés, alternants ou stagiaires, ils sont à coup sûr exploités et cette expérience peut dégoûter et donner une mauvaise image du monde professionnel pour la suite de la carrière.
Cette entreprise ne favorise pas un équilibre vie privée/ vie professionnelle. On doit constamment faire des choix et des arbitrages entre passer un week-end calme ou travailler pour répondre aux fausses urgences permanentes, manger le midi ou rester en alerte pour répondre aux diverses sollicitations, mails et/ou encore des fausses urgences.
C'est un environnement très compétitif, où se mêlent rivalités, complaisance, hypocrisie, copinage et dénigrements. Une ambiance malsaine et toxique, avec une "bienveillance" quand ça arrange.
Points positifsNotoriété d'un big four
Points négatifs- Pression/ urgences permanentes régulièrement à l'heure du déjeuner et le soir, vendredi à 19h par exemple. - Complaisance à l'égard de certains salariés, dénigrements envers d'autres, - Exploitation de jeunes diplômés et/ou de stagiaires/alternants, - Turnover important avec des démissions et des licenciements tous les 6 mois/1 an environ, - Rémunération pas intéressante au vu de la charge de travail et du niveau de vie dans la ville, pas de tickets resto, pas de primes, - Perspectives d'évolution inexistantes
J'ai été recruté en support pour le service contrôle de gestion de l'activité Conseil. Au bout de 2 ans, j'ai évolué en tant que Contrôleur de gestion de 4 centres de responsabilités.
Je travaille en étroite collaboration avec les associés de chaque centre dont j'ai la responsabilité et de nombreux services interne tel que :
La DSI (direction service informatique)
Le service comptabilité
Le service marketing
Le CDG de l’activité Audit
Le CDG Central
Le service BFR (facturation et recouvrement)
La Direction Qualité Risque
Le service RH
Les 2 aspects les plus difficiles du poste sont le niveau de pression élevé résultant de délais souvent très court et la conciliation vie professionnelle et vie privée car la charge de travail est très élevée
En revanche, ce que j'apprécie c'est la possibilité d'être autonome et force de proposition pour améliorer les outils et la qualité de service au quotidien
- Coordination of teams, times estimate, tracking assignments and activities Functional and Technical team.
- Meetings of monitoring, planning, logistics and control.
- Strategic analysis, integration of platforms and requirements, validation techniques.
- Integration SAP Business Objects Business Planning and Consolidations (BPC & BW)
- Building structures, dimensions, cubes and models in SAP BPC to manage in SAP BW.
- Transport of objects, mappings, Master Data, SAP BPC and Transformations SAP BW
- Creating InfoObjects, characteristics, dimensions, attributes, InfoAreas, DTP, PSA, InfoPacket, Data loads for SAP Netweaver “Business WareHouse”, integration and SAP BPC 10.
- Strategic solutions for different technologies and solutions, documentation and decision making: current status, structure, organization, methodology, future platform
Audit externe chez Deloitte en quelques points
J’ai développé en tant qu’auditrice de solides compétences en matière financière et comptable. J’y ai également développé de bonnes compétences informatiques et le goût du travail en équipe (y compris la gestion d’équipes de 2 à 4 personnes.
Les opportunités de développement y sont grande. Passage de grave tous les ans et les évolutions salariales qui s y accompagnent.
Le travail en équipe est primordiale, et indispensable.
L'aspect difficile de ce poste est la durée de certaine mission qui peuvent être très courte parfois le client n'étant pas prêt la charge de travail se retrouve répartis en quelques jours et parfois le weekend.
L'ambiance de travail et la diversité des missions (industrie, service, fiscale sociale, consolidation) m'a permis de développer une bonne capacité d'adaptation.
Deloitte est un cabinet majeur en conseil et audit.
La diversité des ses clients et services font qu'on acquière des connaissances très rapidement sur le plan technique et managérial, qui font qu'un collaborateur progresse vite.
le poste d'auditeur demande beaucoup de rigueur et d'implication de soi-même et si on les applique on obtient une valeur ajouté assez vite.
il faut s'adapter à la fois au client, a son équipe tant sur le plan du management que des travaux. Ce qui est à la fois un avantage et un inconvénient mais l'effet d'expérience fait que cela devient motivant.
Points positifsDiversités des clients et des équipes, permet d'acquérir des compétences fiancières et managériales importantes, nom Deloitte reconnu par les professionnels.
Points négatifsTurnover important, Aucune visibilité a long terme
- a typical day at work: train/plane/taxi email, to do list, animating a meeting at customer office, redesigning their process, scheduling other meetings and work hotel/restaurant reshaping documentation linked to the project, sleeping late but progressing fast
- what you learned: managing projects
- your co-workers: not always cool but always clever
the hardest part of the job: stamina while in a "not innovative" assignment or between two missions
- the most enjoyable part of the job: going from a client to another, learning from different people, sectors, backgrounds and interacting with senior executives
Deloitte profite de l'ambition de jeunes fraîchement sortis d'école pour les exploiter jusqu'à ce qu'ils craquent sous la pression (et l'envie d'avoir une vie sociale en dehors du travail). En moyenne un pot de départ tous les 6 mois. En 2 ans, l'intégralité du staff (junior + senior) a démissionné. L'ambiance est déplorable, si on refuse de faire plus que 9h-20h (ce qui est déjà énorme), on nous fait comprendre qu'on n'a pas assez d'ambition. Les juniors n'ont aucune responsabilité et sont uniquement là pour suivre les ordres de leur manager sans aucune prise d'initiative.
Points positifsBonnes augmentations chaque année
Points négatifspas d'intéressement ni participation, ambiance très pesante, etc.
Plusieurs semaines de travail au sein d'une équipe de 3 auditeurs dont 1 sénior et 1 junior. Nous avons pu réaliser la mission d'audit dans les délais grâce à un travail bien organisé et la rigueur de chaque collaborateur. Cette mission demandait une préparation en amont (revue de presse, documentation, préparation de tableaux) et lors de nos déplacements chez le client, nous avons réalisé et finalisé l'audit en collaborant avec le service contrôle de gestion et le service comptabilité. Une expérience et un travail d'équipe très enrichissant !
Points positifsautonomie, rigueur, échanges avec les différents services financiers de l'entreprise audité
Deloitte permet d'évoluer et de manager des personnes rapidement.
Malheureusement, les avantages sociaux vous indiquent clairement qu'ils ne tiennent pas à vous garder trop longtemps :
- CE inexistant,
- des remboursements lors des déplacements très limités, qui obligent à payer une partie de notre poche et d'amener notre tupperware chez le client (oui oui..) contrairement aux autres big où les budgets sont bien plus élevés,
- pas de véritable service RH
Points positifsle travail en équipe
Points négatifsUn CE quasi inexistant, des remboursements lors des déplacements très limités qui obligent à payer de sa poche
en tant que cadre, ce travail demande beaucoup de concentration et de résistance au stress. il savoir satisfaire les exigences du client, animer une équipe de 15 collaborateurs et assurer le reporting. Il faut mener à bien la mission qui nous a été confiée. Pour cela, il est exigé l'excellence, l'esprit d'équipe, la pédagogie, le lead. Le plus difficile: savoir répondre au x exigences du client en respectant les livrables. Le plus agréable: la cohésion, la diversité, la flexibilité, le challenge.
*Recensione su Deloitte Consulting*
Conosco questa azienda da diversi anni e sento pertanto di poter fornire un giudizio oggettivo.
Si tratta di un ambiente di lavoro in cui bisogna entrare da neolaureati, apprendere le basi di come si lavora in team e poi fuggire a gambe levate.
Se si entra nel turbinio della carriera, non vi è modo di uscirne e superati i 30 anni trovare un'alternativa nel mondo del lavoro è veramente difficile, dato che il lavoro del consulente non fornisce strumenti specifici ed una preparazione verticale e questo rende molto difficile un riposizionamento.
Detto ciò, procedo per punti:
- STIPENDIO: inadeguato. Non sarà mai troppo alto per compensare lo stile di vita malsano che si conduce, la mancanza totale di riferimenti reali per la propria crescita personale e professionale e non remunera mai o quasi mai (le eccezioni sono per chi ha la spalle protette) gli straordinari (che invece sono LA REGOLA). Sai come entri (con i recruiter) e dopodiché sei abbandonato a te stesso, vista la totale mancanza di supporto.
- AMBIENTE DI LAVORO: tossico e pesante. Sebbene l'età media sia molto bassa, fra colleghi non sempre di respira aria di collaborazione. I momenti di contatto sono pochi e fugaci, le persone sono tristi, ingrigite e oppresse dai propri manager. Questa atmosfera è figlia di una tradizione che voleva che nella consulenza si usassero metodi da campo militare (così si spiega l'ostile atteggiamento del management), ma non tesi alla cresci
Points positifsContratti a tempo indeterminato
Points négatifsWorklife balance, management, scarsa preparazione, arroganza, straordinari non pagati, poca trasparenza, nessun rispetto per le risorse
I never imagined myself having a career in audit. No one in my immediate family had taken that route and coming out of high school, I knew very little about it.
My father, who has an accounting background encouraged me to apply which I did, with no real expectation of getting accepted into any firm.
On the 5th of January 2009 I started at Deloitte & Touche - Zimbabwe. I also enrolled for a Bachelor's degree in Accounting Science with the University of South Africa in the same year, an institution which offers long distance learning/ correspondence. This enabled me to work full time at Deloitte and obtain my degree at the same time.
As you start off in the firm, the roles and responsibilities, as expected are small. The firm is structured in such a way that each team member receives on the job training which enables him/her to not only carry out the task assigned, but with each assignment, prepare him/her to one day run an audit engagement as the field senior, supervisor or manager.
The objective of each engagement is set out from the on-set, be it an assurance or agreed upon procedures engagement. I work in teams, from as small as 2 to as big as eight (8). Each individual has a role to play on the engagement to ensure the objective is achieved in the timelines set - from planning the audit, carrying out substantive work, reporting and communications with management.
What does a typical day at work entail? I am currently an audit senior at Deloitte and a typic
Points positifsExposure to businesses and systems, School relevant work experience, lasting relationships, career advancement opportunities
Be sure your background is a fit for the role you applied to and beyond... in case it doesn't work for you.
...I was hired by Deloitte for a specific role/project ONLY and my background is different than the work I was actually expected to perform which of course I learned after the fact (after the interview and initial project placement). I was out right lied to during the interview regarding what they wanted (background wise).
After a 1 yr...I decided I had enough of the abuse and through researching internal projects I saw that my resume was only about a 10% DIRECT(transferable skills) match out of more than 1000 internal projects which meant I stood little chance for another role internally because you would need to be at least a 60% match to justify your candidacy to the hiring manager(s). AND YES your asked to provide a written justification for internal projects you apply to (outside of your resume details)....
.....After a year this was NOTHING more than a WASTE OF TIME and disappointment. My project lead was more terrible than words can express and he forced me to leave my project ( putting me back in a bench status) so he could back fill my position quickly. All of this because during the monthly one-on-one session with my lead, shared with him I wanted to be in a role where my skills matched and where I could be of value. The Deloitte team talked a lot about "communication" being an issue among the group and the client, but our team contributed to about 95% of the problem and of course this was without any accountability of that because our team was perfect.
Deloitte seemed like a great opportunity to grow professionally, but this company has been nothing but a huge disappointment. I strongly believe that is because of the department I am in and the "leadership" they have in place. Individuals that have been placed in Team Lead positions have zero to minimal call center experience. They do not implement or even know how to utilize call center metrics. They do not keep track of the reps work, i.e. amount of calls taken, number of tickets worked, ASA, AHT, etc. The company itself doesn't even know how to accurately calculate an agent's utilization rates because - wait for it - they've "never done this before". This creates an air of contention within the department. Since agents are not tracked or held accountable for the amount of work they do, there are inherently lazy individuals that take advantage of the lack of supervision. The reps with a solid work ethic are the ones that wind up picking up the slack, without any recognition. The head honcho has absolutely NO call center experience, which I was made aware of only after accepting the job offer. I'm pretty sure they gave him this department because he's been with the company for so long and was long overdue for a promotion. He's more concerned with bringing in additional clients than developing the staff he has on hand.The team leads are tasked with helping him create client presentations and offerings - which should be the department head's job, not theirs. As a young call c
Points négatifsNo room for growth or development, no work life balance, lack of communication, lack of leadership, zero accountability
• Managed a team of 6 people on the project managing ETL and OBIEE Report development teams.
• Expert level knowledge of OBIA 184.108.40.206 and the different ETL modules in it.
• Participated in meetings to provide strategic guidance and develop future roadmaps.
• Managed development of custom ETL mappings in Informatica and custom OBIEE reports to suit client requirements. Managed a team of Administrators for Informatica, OBIEE and UNIX.
• Participated in various client meetings like CCB, Risk Management, Status reporting, Project plan discussions and requirements with client.
• Interacted with dispersed teams to manage and plan for storage. Developed a plan for managing and maintaining various servers.
• Devised a strategy to develop a failover environment for major deployments and system breakdowns.
• Understand the requirements and develop the various contractual work products like Technical Design documents, System document, Process document, Business Requirements document, Development Plan, QA Plan etc.
• Hands on experience in developing code in Informatica, Oracle PL/SQL for STAR schemas and OBIEE (both RPD and Analysis) for reports.
• Conducted various lunch and learn training sessions to train team in various skillsets to benefit the project. Conducted training sessions to explain various processes involved in the project activities to make the team aware of the current state of the project , the would be future state and the processes involved.
• Mastered D
Deloitte Hyderabad- Good for freshers but not for experienced employees. Deloitte spoils you with all the goodies and benefits and makes you believe that you are working for a great company. As a result of this every fresher would say its a great company to work for however the problem is that they have not worked in any other company so they will understand the work culture. It is embedded in the brains of the freshers that Deloitte culture is the best and they tend to get used to it making them difficult to adjust in any other company or work environment. "Learning" and "personal and professional development" is a big problem. If you are talented, then prepare to undergo extreme office politics from your colleagues and vice versa.In fact most of the managers would encourage the same. In case your manager is an extremely "learned" personality with "multiple degrees" like CA, MBA, CFA or CPA then you can expect some good management in the team otherwise you are in trouble.Those kind of employees are preferred who would just listen and follow orders. In simple words - dont use your brain. Outsiders (experienced professionals) are not treated the same way as internal employees are treated and that is openly visible. I have 9 years of exp in three companies including 2 Big 4s and from what I have gone through, seen and heard from my friends in various departments in Deloitte - 'MOST' of the promotions happen based on your tenure at the firm and not on your talent as a result of
Points positifsFree lunches, dinners, parties, good pay
Points négatifsWork environment, Culture and People Management
My work revolves around those making Payment Protection Insurance Claims. I have my own caseload and a typical day at work generally consists of following a set chase cycle where I am requesting for information from the lenders, policy providers and in addition information from the claimants.
For the files that I already have, I have to type letters to these parties and also enter information on a spreadsheet. Then I have to send the letters once signed by my line-manager via post.
We have a set database which reminds us of the chase letters we need to send each day. Therefore most of the day consists of completing those tasks.
In the mid-morning we get new cases. The number varies, as on someday we can get one and on busy days we can get up to 20! For these new files which we call 'initial requests', I have to enter information on an internal database (Siebel), re-organize the file, scan and photocopy the declaration from the claimants (as well as marriage/death certificates) and send first request letters to the parties mentioned above- after they are signed.
Throughout the day I have to answer calls from claim management companies and claimants who would be inquisitive on what they need to do to help their claim be processed ASAP. I also receive post from the lenders and policy providers, so I link them to their file from my caseload cabinet.
On a daily basis I have a target of handing in 4 cases. A 'workable' case means that I have the information from the all mentio
Points positifsthe experience
Points négatifslong hours
Senior Business Development | Chicago, IL | 10 mai 2013
This position was a quasi marketing/sales professional role created especially for me as I was recruited by Deloitte. Many levels of staff interaction, multiple roles from identifying markets, populating databases, qualifying targets, identifying decision makers, initiating marketing and sales campaigns and assigning follow up protocols, designing and delivering marketing collateral both electronic and hard copy, face to face prospect meetings, post meeting follow up, assisting with RFPs, tailoring proposals, delivering proposals, post delivery follow up, request real estate specific data from prospects necessary for pricing proposals, inspect and forward to management for input vital to proposals' accuracy, network with Deloitte partners across multiple service lines for cross selling opportunities/introductions and return the favor, attend conferences, trade shows, association meetings, continuing education seminars, networking events, identify and follow up sponsorship opportunities, participate in charity events and various other activities. Also learned was how to exist and thrive within an extremely busy corporate climate by multitasking and consistant triage of ever changing responsibilities. The most difficult challenges for me mostly involved the prioritization of my relationships and correspondance with my own colleagues as the facilitation of such within my own company was a very cumbersome task requiring nearly 75% of my available time. Regardless of its complexit
First off let me say this, I believe Deliotte is a great company that seems to value their employees. However, they purchased the Columbia, SC from IE Discovery (2008-2012), a company that receives many complaints thru the HR department but did nothing about them.
The manager at this office is a NIGHTMARE!!!! She is beyond rude, treats employees like children, very condescending, and will do everything but come out and tell you that if she is unhappy with you that you will lose your job. She allows the project coordinator to speak in a demeaning way to colleagues, to put extra work on them without fully explaining how to do new projects, and allows her to threaten people's jobs.
The Manager has fired so many people in the past, just because she didn't like them or because they did engage in small talk with her all the time, and also when she found out one guy had a part time job. If they don't like you for whatever reason they get in their head, you will not move up. A guy there was passed up for a promotion after almost 2 years while two part to employees who barely came to work was promoted.
She tells stories about how she previously worked with someone who would cry every time she called that employee in her house and how she would call that employee in just to watch her cry.
So many people have left because of their many complaints going unanswered or even being addressed about the management to take part time jobs, jobs that pay a lot less, and some have just left wi
Points positifsdeliotte is a great company and has great benefits.
Points négatifsdeloitte took over a bad company that didnt value their employees, the manager and project coordinator are impossible to work for/with, you will forver be afraid your going to lose your job and want to quit over and over, hr listens but doesn't hear or take their employees seriously..
I worked at Deloitte for a number of years. However, the company has in recent years suffered in some critical areas. During my time there, I experienced poor management from supervisors, lack of communication and guidance from leadership, and worst of all, terrible customer service.
Poor Customer Service – I asked for the IT Helpdesk regarding an issue with my computer, which required escalation to the national IT office since the local office was not able to complete it. However, I received no response from the national office for my request despite multiple follow-ups via email and voicemails. The local office also never bothered to check again into the issue, to see if I needed additional assistance.
Poor Value – Deloitte’s pricing for client engagements is above the norm. While some of our clients needed that extra assurance that they are bringing on a prestigious accounting firm, many did not realize that comparable work could be performed by other respected regional or local accounting/consulting firms (many staffed by highly qualified employees formerly with Deloitte or other Big 4 firms) at a lower fee. I’ve heard my Deloitte colleagues and managers joke about how the revenues we were getting from certain engagements far exceeded any value we provided to clients. Joking about ripping off clients is not OK, but maybe that’s just me.
Mismanagement – Deloitte’s corporate culture can be described in many ways – political, soulless, and too focused on the