Overall Reviews at Booz Allen Hamilton
Liaison | Township of Hamilton, NJ | Feb 11, 2020
I have nothing bad to say about Booz, Allen Hamilton. They are a world-class organization. They do everything they can to ensure a professional work environment. They also value their employees more than any other company I have worked with.
Data Analyst | Lackland AFB, TX | Apr 13, 2020
Be in the right click
At least with the group I was working with you need to be in with management to get any of your ideas heard or acted upon. No matter what method you planned to use to get your task done if it was not the one management wanted (even if it was not there area of expertise) you better change your plans and use it if you want to have a positive review.
ProsGreat life/work balance
ConsNot willing to listen to the experts they hired for a particular field
Recruitment Resourcer | Remote | Mar 19, 2020
Lack of stability
Good people, shady culture, no stability . I enjoyed the manager I worked for, but unrealistic expectations. This is an extremely competitive market and they want to receive a Ferrari for the price of a Ford
Business Development Manager | O'Fallon, IL | Apr 19, 2020
Government Contract Work
Like most government contract companies, once they start losing contracts they tend to give lack of work letters. You need to find your next opportunity through networking. If no new contracts are available you have to move on to a different company. Not a whole lot of loyalty to the employees.
Program Leader | McLean, VA | Jan 19, 2020
work life balance
Booz Allen is a great place to work and work life balance is very important. Diversity, career mobility, entrepreneurship are also important keys to success.
Administrative Specialist | Washington, DC | Dec 16, 2019
They're cool. Has its ups and downs with any job, but the crowning achievement was how they took care of their employees during the furlough. We were the lucky ones who got paid and received assistance.
Business Development Analyst | Washington, DC | Jan 8, 2020
Good stepping stone in your career
Great culture, however, you do not necessary get the grow within your position much. Also company needs better pay. But great place to start your career.
Intelligence Analyst | Washington, DC | Apr 20, 2020
employee fit to position assigned
Post hire, one may then be placed into a position of best fit for both the individual and the firm in a contract team an on a particular task order within that team. Helps ensure success for the new hire.
Program Manager | Herndon, VA | Mar 23, 2020
Room for growth and advancement
The company encourages advancement and there are plenty of opportunities to grow within the firm. The culture at BAH is strong and the rate of those who have left come back quite often.
Executive Administrative Assistant | San Antonio, TX | Jan 10, 2019
Typical work days are very faced paced, work culture is laid back but professional, collaborative efforts between markets and staff. Most teams are very interested in a work/life balance.
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