McKinsey & Company Gets No.1 Spot in Quality of Life Ranking Among Consulting Firms

Kimberly Watson, Editor in Chief
September 28, 2010 /

McKinsey and Company has topped the rankings of Vault.com’s Quality of Life among consultancy firms.

Vault.com is the source of rankings, insight and ratings for professionals and students and it has released its rankings of top companies in 18 categories ranging from Overall Business Outlook to Satisfaction for the year 2011.

For determining the Vault Consulting Quality of Life Rankings, consultants were asked to rate their own companies in various different categories on a scale of 1 to 10. Thus the average of the consultants’ scores of firms in each category is the firm’s score.

Vault.com’s rankings offer associates a tool to base their career search on as it indicates the top firms in each category.

Brain Dalton, who is managing editor at Vault.com said in a statement that employer culture is often what makes people choose a particular employer to work for and that is the reason why the quality of life ratings is such an invaluable part of today’s job search.

McKinsey and Company won the top honors in more than one category such as Overall Satisfaction, Relationships with supervisors, Formal training, Promotional policies, Selectivity, Firm leadership and Overall Business Outlook.

Other companies that came at top in different categories include Bain and Company for Firm Culture, Triage Consulting Group for Hours in the Office as well as Work/ Life Balance, and Cornerstone Research for Travel Requirements.

The Corporate Executive Board came No. 1 for Interaction with Clients, The Boston Consulting Group for its Compensation and Triage Consulting Group for its Green Initiatives.

The Vault Consulting Quality of Life Rankings concludes the rollout which began on August 24, 2010. The rankings give an insight into the who’s who in the industry.

 

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