RSM Careers and Employment
Work happinessScores based on about 16 responses to Indeed's survey on work happiness
- CEOJean M Stephens75%approve of Jean M Stephens's performance
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenue£730m to £4bn (GBP)
- IndustryManagement & Consulting
- Headquarters25 Farringdon Street, Lon...
RSM’s purpose is to deliver the power of being understood to our clients, colleagues and communities through world-class audit, tax and consulting services focused on middle market businesses.
RSM US and RSM Canada, together are the 15,000-employee strong U.S. and Canada members of RSM International, a global network of independent audit, tax and consulting firms with more than 51,000 people in over 120 countries.
At RSM, deeper understanding creates deeper impact, through our middle market focus and our dedicated support of the individual. We value devoting time and resources to understanding everyone’s skills and passions. While providing our people more hands-on opportunities to make a meaningful impact on clients across a variety of industries, we provide a supportive framework that empowers them to have a deeper impact on their clients, colleagues and communities.
Salary estimated from 130 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
RSM were a good place to work for, all in all. For an admin there were opportunities for career advancement, and colleagues were nice. But overworking yourself is the norm here as well, like in most places where you earn a decent salary. But be warned: when Covid hit, they showed how little they cared about staff. The problem was the WAY it has been done, in a dirty way, really. Luckily I had a good contract, and admittedly the beginning of the pandemic was a crazy time.
Great place to work everyone is very supportive. The hierarchy of staff is not intimidating and speaking to partners is as easy as speaking to peers in your position. The training is also led great and the company feels like a nationwide community.
People are very nice and friendly. More support can be give to employees in their development. Some times a lot of overtime is required so work life balance could be better.
When I joined the company I was excited due to the prospects then it quickly changed, they have an ethos of grow their own (that is if your face fits) My line manager kept moving the goalposts at appraisal times to prevent promotion which is also the only way to get a pay rise (not had one in three years) My directorate recruited non qualified/new qualified staff in higher positions than qualified and experienced staff that have given time and loyalty making it difficult to want to stay and go somewhere where your appreciated. Having said that they are not all the same, got amazing secondment opportunity assisting a different directorate so much so I am seriously thinking about a transfer to said directorate.
My time so far at RSM has been a great learning experience so far. The work has been varied and somewhat interesting. There are training sessions at the start of the scheme, with more dotted down the line. Most of the training is on the job training, which means it is a very 'sink or swim' environment.
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