NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Bain & Company has done it again. For the 11th consecutive year, Bain continues to outpace the competition in Consulting® magazine’s annual Best Firms to Work For survey. In 2013, the firm grabbed the top spot again by outpacing the competition among the six facets of employee satisfaction the annual survey measures: Firm Culture, Career Development, Compensation & Benefits, Client Engagement, Firm Leadership and Work/Life Balance. The complete survey findings were published today in the September issue of Consulting magazine.
“The numbers don’t lie. For 11 straight years Bain has set the standard in terms of the consulting profession. It’s simply amazing.”
“Clearly, Bain is the profession’s premier place to work,” says Consulting’s Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Joseph Kornik. “The numbers don’t lie. For 11 straight years Bain has set the standard in terms of the consulting profession. It’s simply amazing.”
In addition to Bain, The 2013 Best Firms to Work For list includes (in alphabetical order): Alvarez & Marsal, A.T. Kearney, The Boston Consulting Group, Capco, CapTech, Carlisle & Gallagher, Deloitte Consulting, Huron Consulting Group, Kurt Salmon, North Highland, Point B, PwC, Slalom Consulting and West Monroe Partners.
Meanwhile, The Best Small Firm to Work For was operations management firm Stroud Consulting. Stroud has captured the top spot four years in a row and five times in the last six years. The remainder of the Best Small Firms to Work For is (in alphabetical order): Caiman Consulting, Cask, CitiSoft, Collaborative Solutions, Cumberland Consulting, Fitzgerald Analytics, Insight Sourcing Group, Intellinet, Intertech Consulting, Jabian, Plus Consulting, Solstice, Systems Evolution, Inc. and Vynamic.
Consulting magazine’s 2013 Best Firms to Work For survey drew detailed employee engagement insights from nearly 13,000 consultants, representing more than 400 consulting firms. For full editorial coverage—including the rankings and associated charts found in the September issue—visit www.consultingmag.com.
Consulting Editor-in-Chief Joseph Kornik will also present detailed findings at a special luncheon, The Best Practices of the Best Firms to Work For, during the Fall Consulting Summit, October 24, at the Union League Club of New York. To learn more and register for both events, visit www.ConsultingSummit.com.
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