Overview

Introduction

Protiviti is a global consulting firm that was formed following a spin-off of Arthur Andersen. The firm brings that expertise in internal audit and business and technology risk consulting to their clients. Protiviti has since grown into a network of firms that is able to provide clients with consulting and managed solutions in finance, technology, operations, data, analytics, and governance, in addition to risk and internal audit.

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Featured Rankings

Best Consulting Firms in Asia-Pacific for IT Strategy Consulting...


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Major Departments/Practice Areas

Business Performance Improvement...


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Major Office Locations

Menlo Park, CA...


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Firsthand Findings

As Protiviti continues to develop its capabilities in the technology sector, its business outlook in the Asia Pacific region looks positive. The firm is, currently, still on the smaller side, but is poised to grow significantly in the years to come. This is due, in no small measure, to the culture of collaboration and growth that Protiviti affords its consultants.

Insiders genuinely seem to enjoy working here, with culture being a major draw. The firm encourages teamwork and promotes a healthy work/life balance that enables consultants to feel supported and genuinely cared for. “Fun but professional” is the overall vibe of the environment at Protiviti. The work is challenging, yet interesting, and there is a strong emphasis on maintaining quality of life outside ...

About the Company

Protiviti is a global consulting firm whose name is a combination of words, including "professionalism," "proactivity," "independence" and "integrity." Founded as a subsidiary of Robert Half in 2002, in the days leading up to the passage of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, the firm started out with more than 700 professionals from Arthur Andersen's U.S. internal audit and business risk consulting practices. Today, with more than 3,400 professionals operating out of more than 70 offices in over 20 countries, the firm serves clients in a broad swath of industries, including consumer products/retail, energy, financial services, government, healthcare and life sciences, industrial products/manufacturing, transportation, hospitality, private equity, and technology, media and communications.

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Employee Reviews


  • “Interesting work, awesome team, and good work/life balance.”

  • “Greater work/life balance than the competition, plus opportunities to travel and attend training courses.”

  • “I enjoy working in this firm, with a kind working culture and good strategic company vision.”

  • “Experience everything.”

  • “Connect with its people.”

  • “Great culture. Fun, but professional.”

  • “Strong focus on not working late nights.”

  • “Difficult parking close to the office, despite an expectation to drive to and from client sites.”

  • “Easy to take time off.”

  • “Local travel. Easy to travel by train or car.”

  • “Taking time off is often approved.”

  • Great employee wellness initiatives.”

  • “Pay is less than market rates, and other benefits are not available to compensate.”

  • "Unsatisfactory year-end bonuses.”

  • “Pay is below average for our industry. However, it is fair within the firm.”

  • “We need more benefits to truly improve the culture of the business.”

  • “Protiviti has provided me with many opportunities to demonstrate my capabilities and previous working experience on my job. My manager has guided me through my career development while also advising me on the firm’s expectations as I progress to higher positions.”

  • "Good internal training programs, which are standardized globally.”

  • “Promotion policies and requirements are often not transparent.”

  • “Good training opportunities, good chances to work overseas.”

  • “Good career progression with solid time frames surrounding promotions.”

  • “It would be helpful if we had more innovation in certain technological areas. However, that will develop as the company increases its capabilities in the technology sector.”

Getting Hired Here


  • “You have two reports due at the same time for two different managers—each for different clients. You are not going to be able to finalize and submit both of them on time and within the desired time frames without sacrificing the quality of the work. What do you do?”

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