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Elena Bajic
2006

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Recommend to a friend

71%

Say this is a great place to work

74%

Proud to have on resume

79%

Employee - Principal/VP/Director

Disjointed. Depends on what group you are talking about. No cohesive company culture or strategy

Employee - Principal/VP/Director

AgaThere is no consistent compensation structure. But, the more you bill to clients, the more money you will make

Employee - Principal/VP/Director

FTI recently changed its maternity benefits so that you got paid for 3 months and could take 6 months with job protection. Given there are very few women at the company (and few in a position to afford to take 6 months), I would guess its not used that often. But there is no conversation about flex time or adjusting your schedule after leave. There is no work-life balance at FTI and no attempt to hide that.

Employee - Principal/VP/Director

There is no company culture at FTI. There are a bunch of different groups that were acquired by FTI and each has maintained its own culture and its own set of rules. The company has not been able to execute on its "one brand". Just take a look at Compass Lexecon.

Employee - Principal/VP/Director

I don't think its actually a well known consulting firm

Employee - Principal/VP/Director

It depends on the Senior Managing Director you work for and the specific office you work in, generally it is eat what you kill.

Employee - Principal/VP/Director

In it for themseleves

Employee - Principal/VP/Director

Compensation is heavily on the bonus

Employee - Principal/VP/Director

Cut throat and siloed

Employee - Principal/VP/Director

Strong market reputation

Employee - Principal/VP/Director

Old school; slow to evolve