ALM’s Consulting Magazine has announced that Wilson Perumal & Company (WP&C) is the No. 1 small strategy consulting firm on its annual Best Firms to Work For list. The firm is ranked No. 2 among small firms across all service lines. This marks WP&C’s third year earning a spot on the Top Firms to Work For list.
This year, WP&C excelled across the facets of employee satisfaction the survey measures. Among small consulting firms across all service lines, WP&C ranked first in Work/Life Balance and Compensation & Benefits, ranked second in Firm Culture and Career Development, and ranked third in Client Engagement. Consulting Magazine Editor-in-Chief Joe Kornik described WP&C as “back with a vengeance, rocketing all the way up to No. 2” among all small consulting firms.
“We are delighted to be recognized as the Best Small Strategy Consulting Firm to Work For,” said Stephen Wilson, WP&C Managing Partner. “It highlights our commitment to two primary objectives necessary to sustain our growth—helping our clients successfully tackle their most important challenges, and attracting and developing top talent. As we continue to grow, and as our clients continue to seek out our help with their toughest challenges, we believe that this will continue to be an attractive environment for top performers. We have fantastic culture, a great team, and we’re excited to see where 2020 takes us.”
This year’s survey evaluated more than 11,000 responses from over 325 participating firms that operate in every service line, across at least 35 different project/practice areas. Firms were ranked based on survey responses in six categories that measure employee satisfaction. The full Best Firms to Work For rankings can be found here.
In 2014, Consulting Magazine ranked WP&C No. 4 among best small strategy consulting firms. The firm has stayed true to the course noted in the 2014 WP&C profile, “the team rallies together behind a common goal: helping global companies solve some of their most difficult issues and building a strategy firm for a complex and changing business environment.”
In 2011, WP&C made its debut at No. 4 in the small strategy consulting firm category. In 2012, the firm beat out over 125 nominated firms to be named as one of Consulting Magazine’s Seven Small Jewels: Seven to Watch list, noting the firm’s impressive 125 percent revenue growth in 2011.
“At the end of the day, consulting is a people business; we need to be a great place to work to attract and retain the exceptional employees for which we are known by our clients,” WP&C Partner David Toth said. “Clients tell us consistently that it ‘feels different’ working with us. To continue to be client-focused, we continuously strive to evolve, diversify and innovate and it begins with engaged leadership and workforce.”
In this year’s firm profile, Consulting Magazine notes WP&C’s priorities for the upcoming year, including deepening relationships with flagship clients in commercial, private equity, and government sectors while maintaining strong recruiting efforts to continue to attract top talent.
Read the full Consulting Magazine article here.
Learn about careers at WP&C here.