"Supportive, friendly working environment."
- There is a very sociable atmosphere within the firm
- Great opportunities for training and career development from an early stage
- The interview process is competitive as graduate places at the firm are limited
- Could be even more variation in first year roles
What insiders say about...
"Read about your chosen department and try to get a good understanding of what they..."
"There are four levels within the team: analyst, associate consultant, consultant..."
"We have a brand new office just a couple of minutes from Oxford Street. It is generally..."
"LCP is very flexible, there is rarely pressure to stay late. Particularly around..."
"Pay and bonuses seem to be pretty reasonable. Could be better if the link between..."
"We get free meals out when we complete big projects and lots of subsidised social..."
"I interviewed for a summer internship which lasted six weeks and then got the graduate..."
"Competency questions and business awareness questions, e.g.: what my understanding..."
"There are 'Green Champions' to ensure that LCP reduces its carbon footprint."
"Good communication between all levels of employees. You can ask for feedback from..."
"There are large proportions of women in a traditionally male dominated role. The..."
"At LCP, there are great career progression opportunities. Promotions are down to..."
"We sponsor one main charity, and have lots of fundraising events."
"Working for a consultancy gives me a chance to see a wide variety of work. I have..."
"It has a very relaxed and friendly environment yet remains a professional firm."
"Too many tempting places to eat right outside the window."
"The pass rates for the actuarial exams at LCP are higher than the average."
"Friendly, professional, innovative."
"You can tell a lot from a firm from its website - LCP's provided all the information..."
"A lot of graduate training sessions are held, along with three/four lunchtime sessions..."
"It would be good to work on more clients in my first year to get an even greater..."