Deloitte is a global provider of audit, tax, financial services and consulting. The firm is one of the Big Four accounting organizations. Services include corporate strategy, marketing and sales strategy, mergers and acquisitions, and innovation; manufacturing operations including supply chain; sector-specific service operations; infrastructure operations including outsourcing advisory and shared services; and financial management.
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Part of the prestigious Big 4 and one of the most recognizable brands on the planet, Deloitte is ideally looking for hardworking, dedicated, critical thinkers with strong people and teamwork skills who are eager to learn and grow. The organization runs a very valuable internship program for students, offering interns with many learning, mentoring, training, and networking opportunities, along with hands-on experience and a good look at what a full-time role looks like. For its full-time staff, there are extensive career development and growth opportunities, including a robust development program providing technical and soft skill development, in-person and virtual trainings, mentoring, and very supportive partners. The one challenge is finding the time to engage in these opportuni...
Deloitte provides audit, consulting, tax, and advisory services to many of the world’s largest organizations, including nearly 90 percent of the Fortune 500 and more than 7,000 private companies. Deloitte’s client service professionals work across more than 20 industry sectors such as consumer, energy, resources and industrials, government and public services, financial services, life sciences and health care, public sector, and technology, media, and telecommunications.
Headquartered in New York, Deloitte LLP is the U.S. member firm of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited, a U.K. private company limited by guarantee (“DTTL”). DTTL and each of its member firms are legally separate and independent entities. DTTL, its member firms and each of their respective related entities form the “Deloitte organization.” Building on more than 175 ye...
“Best aspect of the organization's overall quality of life is that the organization and its people are very flexible when it comes to maintaining other aspects of your life. Worst aspect is that you never really feel like you're off of work even when you're taking time off. The ability to disconnect is extremely challenging.”
“In a demanding client service industry like we are in, it is often challenging to have the overall quality of life you may desire, but the organization does promote ways in which we can improve quality of life and has created certain subsidies to assist with that process (extra collective disconnect days, well-being subsidies, etc.).”
“Busy season is a lot of hours, but it is also expected and everyone is upfront about that—that it is a lot of work. Outside of that time, the workload and hours are manageable and are closer to a 40-hour work week.
“Deloitte puts a lot of attention towards its well-being culture. My team specifically is great about flexibility. We work when it’s best for our schedule, and we log off whenever we need to. As long as you’re getting your work done, doing a good job, and communicating with your team, no one cares what hours you choose to work.”
“The organization did a great job in my opinion when they were seeking to hire me. They did a great job calling me back and were competitive with the salary negotiation process. I believe my organization is looking for knowledgeable, hardworking, dedicated, critical thinkers that can solve problems in a non-typical manner without constant oversight.”
“This was one of the most well directed interview processes I have been a part of. My recruiter was extremely communicable and I felt supported throughout. I believe the ideal candidate at Deloitte is someone who wants to continue to grow their skills throughout the entirety of their career. It is someone who has strong people skills and wants to work and learn from their peers.”
“Due to competitive nature of the business, callbacks typically occur after the interview process and consensus meeting with the interviewers. My ideal candidate is someone that can have a conversation during the interview process and not just reply with responses. The candidate is someone that I will be working with and placing in front of clients, therefore I need to know if the person can hold an engaging conversation.”
“The organization was efficient and detailed throughout the interview process. They called back promptly after the first interview for second-round interviews with upper office management, then called back promptly again when they offered me a role. The ideal candidate is one who is quick-thinking, prioritizes and consistently utilizes critical thinking, self-motivated, and team- and goal-oriented. The ideal candidate is also one who is personable, a good communicator, and good networker.”