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Legal Assistant

Oliver Wyman Group London, England

The provision of executive level administrative support to London legal team (5). Working closely with London legal team and Partners within the… Oliver Wyman Group

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Senior Knowledge Manager / Team Lead (m/f) - Manufacturing Operations / MTE

Oliver Wyman Group Munich

As Senior Knowledge Manager (m/f) with focus on Manufacturing Operations (MOPs) you will also have managerial responsibility for a small team. The… Oliver Wyman Group

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Junior Analyst

Oliver Wyman Group Miami, FL

Oliver Wyman is a leading global management consulting firm. With more than 50 offices in 25 countries, we have the reach to meet our clients’ needs… Oliver Wyman Group

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Human Resources Manager

Oliver Wyman Group Texas

This role partners with Specialist managers, the MTE Practice Group Talent Manager and the Learning & Development Center of Excellent to support the… Oliver Wyman Group

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Property & Casualty Senior Actuarial Consultant

Oliver Wyman Group Los Angeles, CA

The Actuarial Consulting practice of Oliver Wyman is an operating division of the Oliver Wyman Group, a member of the Marsh & McLennan Companies… Oliver Wyman Group

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Senior Marketing Manager – Securities and Finance Practice

Oliver Wyman Group New York, NY

• Serve as the primary marketing and business development resource for several… Oliver Wyman Group

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    Great company, extremely competitive pay, lots of perks

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    Former Employee - Associate in Toronto, ON
    Former Employee - Associate in Toronto, ON

    I worked at Oliver Wyman full-time (More than 3 years)

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    - Extremely competitive pay (definitely at the junior and mid level; can't speak for senior level)
    - Diverse workforce; company doesn't just pay lip service to diversity and have numerous strong internal groups to support diversity
    - Very little office politics; very cordial office atmosphere that feel like a family
    - Working with very smart and talented colleagues from elite universities from US, Canada, Europe and Asia
    - Numerous and very robust flexible working programs, including LOA, externship, non-profit fellowship
    - Tons of travel to different cities (could be considered a con depending on stage of life) along with generous travel perks


    - Work-life balance can be brutal during projects
    - Very obvious that despite claiming otherwise, company treats internal IC-building projects as second class projects. Senior managers regard IC projects as "side of desk" projects (and thus something to do just to check the box) and junior employees regard internal IC projects as extremely unglamorous. If anyone is working on internal IC projects for too long they are considered to be "not doing well".
    - Expect to travel to a lot of middle-of-nowhere cities for months at a time
    - Staffing process is not as transparent and systematized as the company claims. A lot of projects are informally filled by partners and consultants that already know each other
    - Office culture has become more "corporatey" in the last few years; a lot more process, approvals, etc.; some perks have been cut back
    - Not quite in the same tier as MBB yet

    Advice to Management

    - Need to update the recruiting strategy a bit, especially in Canada. Think of recruiting more as a marketing and branding exercise, rather than a sales exercise. This means really understanding what attracts top undergraduates from elite schools to consulting (prestige, pay, lifestyle), and introduce the OW brand earlier than 3rd year. MBB tend to be the first consulting brands to be introduced to students and that give them an instantaneous advantage

    - Really invest in IC and change the company culture that currently make employees feel like working on internal IC projects is a career killer.

    - Endeavour to create a "small office" feel; this means giving employees more informal perks, more leeway to organize events from bottom-up (and accompanying budget allocation)

    - More frequent alumni engagement events

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