NEW YORK, Sept. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Kurt Salmon has once again been named among the "Best Firms to Work For" by Consulting magazine, further affirmation of the firm's ongoing commitment to colleagues and clients.
In addition to ranking ninth in the 2013 survey overall, Kurt Salmon scored especially high marks for client engagement.
"It is always an honor to be named one of the Best Firms to Work For, but it is especially gratifying to be recognized for our commitment to serving clients," said CEO Chiheb Mahjoub. "We take great pride in our ability to provide solutions—which combine our in-depth industry knowledge with a keen understanding of the impact digital will continue to have in the global marketplace—to ensure our clients' success both tomorrow and for years to come."
Kurt Salmon was also lauded for career development, which Madison Riley, managing partner of the firm's North America business, attributes to the firm's cultivation of top talent.
"We've made a concerted investment in professional development, enhanced our team and forged strong new partnerships," said Riley. But more than anything, he said, "the morale at Kurt Salmon is high because people here feel good about the folks with whom they work, the impact they have on clients and our strategy for ongoing success."
The rankings were based on a survey of nearly 13,000 consultants representing approximately 400 firms across all major industries. Kurt Salmon has been named one of the best firms for which to work eight times in the past 11 years.
About Kurt Salmon
Kurt Salmon is a global management consultancy of more than 1,400 consultants in 13 countries across four continents. Our clients are industry leaders who benefit from our deep industry and functional expertise.
As trusted advisors, Kurt Salmon partners with clients to design, and then drive, strategies and solutions that make a lasting and meaningful impact. We are committed to delivering measurable results for our clients through executional excellence.
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