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RGP Overview

Irvine, CA (US)
1001 to 5000 employees
1996
Company - Public (RECN)
Consulting
₹50 to ₹100 billion (INR) per year
Deloitte, Huron Consulting Group, Point B
RGP is a global consulting firm that enables rapid business outcomes by bringing together the right people to create transformative change. As a human capital partner for our clients, we specialize in solving today’s most pressing business problems across the ... Read more

Mission: We connect our people to meaningful opportunities, prepare them for challenges and support them to win.

RGP Reviews

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    "Best sales/corporate job I've had in my career"

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    I have been working at RGP full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    - The "team" mentality is real, not a cliche. I've never felt more connected and supported by my co-workers. I experience that in every department, not just the sales team
    - Management sets you up for success and will help you get there
    - I joined after the re-organization and am excited about where this company is headed and the continued growth

    RGP should stand for Really Great People

    Cons

    I have nothing negative to comment

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RGP Photos

RGP photo of: Here's a shot from our team-building event in Dallas that helped support the important cause of literacy with our donation of 2,200 books and 110 backpacks to local children of the YMCA.
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RGP Interviews

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    Associate Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Seattle, WA (US)
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at RGP (Seattle, WA (US)) in March 2008.

    Interview

    First, as normal in most industries now, had a 15 minute phone interview to answer some questions about my experience and resume. Since Resources hires to fill a need with one of their clients directly I assumed it was to make sure I was a fit for a consulting placement.

    In a few days I was asked to come in for a 1:1 interview with one of Resources' recruiters. About half the interview was spend explaining the Resources model and how that differed from other staffing agencies and consulting firms. Most questions towards me seemed to focus in on assessing my ability to be calm and collected in a new situation with one of their clients. At the end I was told that if the client was open, I would be scheduled for an interview with them soon.

    A few days later, I was called to schedule an interview with their client on site. I first came to the Resources office for a few minutes of coaching about the client and Resources' understanding of the client's needs. Then left for the client interview unaccompanied by any Resources staff. I won't go into the client interview as this will differ depending on the client they send you too.

    It was about 10 to 12 days later when they finally had an answer of no from the client. On the same call from Resources I was then told they had another potential and would contact me back soon. A couple of days later I was scheduled for a phone interview with another potential client. This went quickly and no follow up in-person interview was asked for. After a week I was called in to sign the paperwork and be sent to the client location.

    Interview Questions

    • When you are placed in a new and unfamiliar situation, what is your general plan of action?   Answer Question

    Negotiation

    Resources likes to tell you compensation is not all based on what they get from the client contract so they tend to be very opaque in what they are receiving. As typical for the consulting industry they generally pay to the employee under 50% of what they bill to the client.

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RGP Awards & Accolades

  • The Best Management Consulting Firms, Forbes, 2018
  • America's 100 Most Trustworthy Companies, Forbes, 2017
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