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Culture at Deloitte
- Average rating for Culture, based on 150 reviews8.8 / 10
Please describe your company's culture both in the office and after hours. Let us know about the structure and hierarchy, cooperation and teamwork, and socialising amongst colleagues.
Colleagues are amazing, career path is well defined.
Everyone works well together and is friendly with each other, but I wish there was some full team building events
It's very young with the majority of people under the age of 30. Makes it a really outgoing place to work. You work with people in and outside your team that allows you to build a greater relationship across the floor. Outside of work we tend to get Friday night drinks. Because we are all new, we dont socialise that much together outside of work.
Working with the most talented and enthusiastic people.
There are corporate events that enable you to network with various divisions
My team regularly has events outside of work and the company as a whole holds many events to boost our knowledge, skills and satisfaction such as weekly breakfast, training sessions etc.
In the office the environment is professional but people are very approachable and helpful. There's a lot of effort put into out of work events, such as dinners and networking, which are good fun.
The company culture is on point as it has a perfect mix of playful/ fun and getting the work done attitude. Additionally, majority of my colleges are very supportive and easy to talk to.
There are heaps of events and opportunities to network. The culture is friendly and a great place to learn
It's hard to comment on because each division is effectively run as a separate entity and each division has their own culture (whilst sharing a macro singular brand identity, values and principles). The culture of my division is friendly however I wish we had more social events outside of the working day that were supported by the firm.
The culture here is amazing. I actually really believe in the values of being honest and truthful in work. So many charitable initiatives you can be involved in. Diversity and inclusion is evident in terms of respect for different religions, always different dietary requirements catered for, social events etc. There are heaps of social events and it's almost impossible not to make friends. They love nurturing grads and making sure we pursue our own personal career paths.
A very flat structure, easy to communicate with all levels and you get the ability to work closely with partners/directors as well as other grads
Depending on the team it can be a flat structure, they try to do that but some directors/managers are hierarchal. There is a huge network so you get the opportunity to learn from a lot of people once you prove yourself.
Everyone is really social and likes hanging out both inside and outside work hours. There is always going to be office politics in a firm this size, but it's a lot less than I was expecting. Everyone is willing to help out, and even though there is a clear hierarchy, most people don't act 'superior' just because of their title
Weekly drinks and snacks, monthly birthday celebration
Everyone is very supportive, achievements are well recognised, after-work events commonly organised, flat structure means it is easy as a graduate to have a conversation with managers/directors/partners.
Working hours are 8:45 - 5:15, fortnightly Trivia and Social events.
Good team rapport during and after office hours. Flat structure so rank isn't a determinant in being able to approach people, though managers and higher up can be difficult to find time to catch up with during business hours. Same goes with ideas -even as a graduate your ideas are heard and given voice in project discussions. Good cooperation between the wider team at the client site regardless of project. Managers do a good job in making sure your hours are reasonable (longer hours are sometimes unavoidable).
I have found that everyone is extremely approachable and interested in you. Everyone, including senior leaders are happy to and go out of their way to make time to connect with new graduates and genuinely are about you. There are a lot of social activities to get involved with, as well as learning opportunities i.e.. lunches with speakers from particular areas. Everyone in the workplace genuinely cares about these events and supports each other, encouraging others to get involved in these events. Staying connected to your team is encouraged. Graduates have a monthly event to connect with each other which has different formats i.e.. breakfasts with a speaker, networking drinks one evening. There is also a gathering every month for our area within consulting.
In the office everyone is willing to help, no one really cares what is happening, what you are doing as long as your work is complete and up to standard. Friday drinks gets everyone involved and there are multiple opportunities to get involved in things. In terms of Hierarchy in Brisbane you dont see people pull rank often; however, I cant talk for other offices. Managers and Directors will listen to Analysts/Graduates if you have a good idea, no one discounts you based on your position in the chain.
Welcoming, helpful, relationship building both within work time and after work time, possibility to join different events, the Deloitte academy 2-day event for graduates from all over Australia
Everyone on my team is willing to help. Slack is used regularly regarding work/non work related topics.
Quite happy to grab a drink with anyone
Compassionate, understanding and supportive. The workplace is comprised of a flat hierarchy and is heavily revolved around teamwork. Everyone is social and always up for a chat about the latest tech!
Flat structure with lots of interaction between levels People work together to get tasks done and help junior employees Plenty of after work catch ups which are a lot of fun
The company values its diverse culture and shows it with a target to employ more women and also people of different culture. They also aim to be a more LGBTI firm. The team socialises regularly and even have social clubs where we do activities together. While there is a hierarchy I find myself speaking with those above me regularly and casually which I find to be one of the best aspects of the firm.
Deloitte may have well invented workplace culture. From day 1 it is all about inclusion. There is a whole team at Deloitte focused on organising events outside of work, whether it be graduate events or Friday drinks. In the office, everyone is friendly, I literally have not come across a coworker I didn't like.
There is a "work with" culture with the more experience employees not a "work for". Everything is done with support backing you as you have a buddy (one year above you) who is your go to for any questions and a career coach (who is two levels above you, e.g. a manager when you start). The career coach is your advocate and will help you with your work preferences and development area needs and will help you fulfil your goals and be a touchpoint for any guidance and advice you need. In terms of socialising there are always lots of organised work events on for you to go to.
Professional and social