North Highland Ranked on Consulting Magazine's Best Firms to Work For List
September 12, 2017
September 12, 2017 – Consulting Magazine, the leading magazine for consulting professionals, named North Highland among the “Best Firms to Work For” annual rankings. The list is compiled based on an annual survey completed by more than 10,000 consulting professionals representing over 300 firms.
“I want to thank our employees, clients and the greater consulting community for helping us achieve North Highland’s recognition on the 'Best Firms to Work For' list, said Dan Reardon, CEO of North Highland. To see that our teams know that their work has a positive impact on clients is paramount to who we are as a firm and makes me incredibly proud to be part of North Highland.”
The survey measures six categories including: Client Engagement, Firm Culture, Leadership, Career Development, Work/Life Balance and Compensation & Benefits.
North Highland ranked in the top five for its Strategy service line and in the top 10 for the Career Development, Work/Life Balance and Client Engagement categories.
Survey feedback noted an appreciation for North Highland’s ongoing investments in employee development and a heightened emphasis on role clarity, which encourages employees to excel and work in ways that most closely resonate with career goals. Further, a new learning lab and leadership development program have introduced continuous growth opportunities for employees.
“Our employees work together to deliver real impact for our clients, and they create a culture where you can truly make your mark,” said Mary Slaughter, Chief People Officer at North Highland. “From our inception, North Highland has evolved and grown to meet the needs of our clients and this award is a recognition of our employees’ dedication and entrepreneurship.”
To view Consulting Magazine’s complete list of the 2017 “Best Firms to Work For,” please visit http://www.consultingmag.com/sites/cmag/2017/09/07/september-2017-issue/.
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