I have been working at Efficio full-time (More than a year)
The CEO is fantastic, very down to earth and approachable. Is involved in nearly every single final round interview so meets every new joiner in the process. This was very important to me when deciding where to join.
Projects are vast and varied. Loads of travel and client interaction from day one.
Lots of autonomy and responsibility, more than I have ever experienced in other consulting firms.
Ideas and change are appreciated and encourged.
Very social firm with lots of activities arranged (including one Friday afternoon each month!).
Bonus and potential promotions twice a year.
Incredibly international with a wonderful mix of languages and nationalities.
There really isn't anything about Efficio that I dont enjoy
Advice to Management
With the rapid growth of the firm, ensure we keep the culture.
Continue to recognise and reward talent and hard work. The Employee Recognition awards at the Summer Party were a great motivating tool.
I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at Efficio.
First of all, interviewers were not professional at all. No flow to the interview - one of them kept giggling away at the answers! I understand that it is a procurement consultancy and the founders left ATK to start Efficio but it has a long way to go to match the professionalism.