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Working At Slalom

Focused on transforming strategy, technology and business, Slalom is now present in over 35 cities around the world. The modern consulting firm is backed by regional innovation hubs, collaborative culture and partnerships with the world's top technology providers. The firm couldn't stay ahead of the competition without the fast-moving team behind it.

Diving Into the Values at Slalom

The company's core values are the driving force behind its success. The values are present in everything the team does. From making a tough decision to turning an idea into a product, every team member is guided by the core values. The values are:

  • Do what is right, always.
  • Drive connection and teamwork.
  • Inspire passion and adventure.
  • Take ownership. Get it done.
  • Celebrate authenticity.
  • Focus on outcomes.
  • Fuel growth and innovation.
  • Stay humble and curious.
  • Build and shape a better future.
  • Smile.
  • "What makes us different? We start with the Slalom core values, focus on skill, curiosity and collaboration, and then mix in an obsession with our client's best interests," said Karl Jackson, Practice Area Director of Engineering. "What emerges is a dynamic, energetic place where writing software becomes a joy, and delivering excellence for our clients becomes commonplace."

    The Team at Slalom

    Growth in Numbers

    Many team members at Slalom enjoy variety in their work by working on multiple projects at a time. This enables them to meet new co-workers and work with a broad range of teams. This cross-functionality means that team members are learning something new every day, and they're also teaching something new every day.

    "I love watching people get jazzed about things that I love and it's great knowing that if I ever a question or problem that has me stumped, the answer is only a conversation away," said Ryn, Consultant of Experience Designer.

    Team members are encouraged to grow professionally and personally at Slalom. You'll have access to internal education and experience programs that allow you to bring your ideas and passions to life. These programs include access to mentors, advocates and guidance so you can focus on building your skills.

    "At Slalom, growth isn't just a title change or adding managerial responsibilities; it's the opportunity to grow into the professional you want to be," said A.J., Solution Principal of Business Advisory Services. "The consultants on my team are able to take charge of their growth by proactively seeking out what they would like to learn, do or achieve -- and my job as the team lead is to help them get those chances."

    The Culture at Slalom

    It's Award-Winning

    The Slalom culture is tried and true. With a variety of projects, work that's meaningful and a work-life balance, you'll be able to build a career you're proud of. The culture is built on providing employees the autonomy they need to work in the most effective ways, whether it's by working from home, at the office or even at the client site. This autonomy, along with a culture thick with excitement and sustainability, attracts the best in the business.

    The culture of continuous learning and commitment to investing in employees is what has drawn in the many awards and recognition that Slalom has. Just to name a few:

  • 2020 Glassdoor Best Places to Work
  • 2019 Forbes Top Place to Work for Consulting Professionals
  • 2018 75 Best Large Workplaces for Women
  • 2015-19 Human Rights Campaign Best Places to Work for LGBTQ Equality
  • 2018 Consulting Magazine Best Firms to Work For
  • The Benefits of Working at Slalom

    Rendezvous with Your Teammates

    At Slalom, you'll be empowered to grow both personally and professionally. Especially with the unlimited professional development budget where the only exception is tuition. Employees even learn from each other's expertise through hosting their own skills- or experience-based session.

    Aside from fine-tuning your skills and knowledge, you'll have a lot of fun in your career with Slalom. Every year, the company hosts an all-expenses-paid Rendezvous. The weekend getaway is filled with fun activities for every employee and one guest. Throughout the weekend, you'll have ample opportunity to reconnect with friends over food and drinks. But you can also take some time to unwind and relax. Previous Rendezvous events took place at Whistler and Horseshoe Bay.

    The perks don't stop there. The company believes in offering employees the full package to boost morale and show them how much they're appreciated. The rest of the package includes:

  • Active volunteer opportunities, such as leading a summer camp or meal prepping
  • Onsite gym
  • Flexible work schedule
  • Employee parking
  • Generous parental leave
  • Performance bonuses
  • Stocked kitchen
  • Customary health, vision and dental coverage
  • Company equity
  • 401(k) match
  • Work where you live
  • More than 1,000 trainings offered, from public speaking to Agile project management
  • Company-paid certifications from AWS, Salesforce or Tableau
  • Clubs suited to your passions, including running, sci-fi books and rock climbing clubs
  • Women in Leadership events
  • Family movie nights
  • Inspiring office spaces
  • With that long list of incredible benefits, it's easy to see why employees love working at Slalom.

    The Organization’s Mission

    To create amazing outcomes for our people, clients, and communities.

    Perks of Working at Slalom

    They are committed to its employees and encourage enhancement in all levels of the company. Through the development of various diversity programs, Slalom is focused on embracing the community and cultural values.







    Founded in



    Portland, OR


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    The Team At Slalom

    Key People
    • Kassara Bernth (Communications Specialist)
    • Anthony Rojas (Executive Officer, Director)
    • Caitlin Campbell (Marketing & Communications Manager)
    • Michael Heffernan (Executive Officer)
    • Kacey Lugar (Director Of Talent Acquisition)
    • James Mitchell (Executive Officer)
    • Bryan Weeks (Director)
    • Brad Jackson (key_person)
    • Bradford Jackson (Executive Officer, Director)
    • Caroline Mabry (Marketing Specialist)
    The Inside Scoop
    Slalom helps companies solve business problems and build for the future, with solutions spanning business advisory, customer experience, technology, and analytics. They represent your tastes, express your values, and offer the kind of just-for-you products, services, and experiences that build loyalty and fandom with every interaction.
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    The Culture At Slalom

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    You are collaborative and driven to do what is right. You are not afraid to be bring your authentic self to work.
    Our local model enables our consultants to get off the road and make a large impact to local clients in their own communities. We strive to always go above and beyond in everything we do, and it shows in our results:
    You should be customer oriented, results driven, and passionate about delivering creative quality services to delight customers. To be successful, you will need to work well in a dynamic, entrepreneurial environment.
    Our values include creativity, innovation, collaboration, and flexibility. We strive to provide value without adding complexity.
    Are you a marketing technologist who thrives in a collaborative and dynamic environment Does your passion for innovation drive impactful solutions
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    The People - 100%. Slalom is as advertised. They have earned every accolade they have received, but they continuously strive to be better, on all fronts. They want to be the best partner for their clients, and they want to be the best employer for their people; and I can honestly say that they are delivering on all fronts. Show More

    What DON'T You Like About Working There?

    Honestly, nothing! If I were to stay in consulting, I would never leave Slalom. They are the best local-model consulting firm you could work for. Show More

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    Hi8us (yearly trip for all employees and spouses), culture, and the autonomy to do/start whatever you are passionate about. Show More
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    Slalom Rankings

    Slalom is ranked #48 on the Best Companies to Work For in Oregon list. Zippia's Best Places to Work lists provide unbiased, data-based evaluations of companies. Rankings are based on government and proprietary data on salaries, company financial health, and employee diversity.

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    Slalom Salaries

    How much does Slalom pay?
    The national average salary for a Slalom employee in the United States is $114,660 per year. Employees in the top 10 percent can make over $148,000 per year, while employees at the bottom 10 percent earn less than $88,000 per year.
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    Slalom Salaries By Job Title

    While the average employee salary at Slalom is $114,660, there is a big variation in pay depending on the role. The higher paying positions at Slalom include practice leader, client partner, principal, and solutions architect. A typical practice leader salary at Slalom is $172,278 per year. To get a better sense of the salaries at Slalom, other roles such as software engineer and business intelligence analyst can be considered as well. For comparison, the title software engineer at Slalom earns $91,645 per year.
    Job Title
    Average Salary
    Practice Leader
    Salary Range163k - 181k$172k$172,278
    Client Partner
    Salary Range152k - 181k$167k$166,509
    Salary Range137k - 159k$148k$148,328
    Solutions Architect
    Salary Range118k - 142k$130k$130,108
    Consultant-User Experience
    Salary Range111k - 148k$128k$128,295
    Technical Project Manager
    Salary Range118k - 138k$128k$128,100
    Technical Consultant
    Salary Range113k - 140k$127k$126,611
    Information Technology Project Manager
    Salary Range111k - 140k$125k$124,974
    Sharepoint Developer
    Salary Range114k - 131k$122k$122,345
    User Experience Designer
    Salary Range104k - 130k$117k$116,676

    Slalom Careers

    On average, employees at Slalom stay with the company for 2.0 years. Employees most commonly join Slalom after leaving Accenture. When they leave Slalom, they most frequently get their next job at Microsoft.

    Average Length of Employment

    2.5 years
    2.0 years

    Top Employers Before Slalom

    27.7 %
    11.5 %
    8.3 %

    Top Employers After Slalom

    10.3 %

    Slalom Employee Demographics

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    We calculated the diversity score of companies by measuring multiple factors, including the ethnic background, gender identity, and language skills of their workforce.

    Slalom Employees Education

    Of the 7,000 employees at Slalom, 19.7% attended University of Washington. Employees at Slalom most frequently majored in Business, and most employees’ highest level of education is a Bachelors.

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    Slalom Employee Political Affiliation

    Slalom employees are most likely to be members of the Democratic Party. The largest donation made to a political party by a Slalom employee was by Elizabeth Sumption. Elizabeth Sumption donated $12,235 to the Democratic Party.

    Employee Political Donations

    NameJob TitlePartyDonation
    Elizabeth SumptionConsultant
    Elizabeth Sumption
    Democratic Party
    Democratic Party
    $12,235Democratic Party
    Trace JohannesenService Lead
    Trace Johannesen
    Service Lead
    Service Lead
    Republican Party
    Republican Party
    $6,249Republican Party
    Stephanie BaileySales Manager
    Stephanie Bailey
    Sales Manager
    Sales Manager
    Democratic Party
    Democratic Party
    $4,590Democratic Party
    Daniel ArnoldSoftware Engineer
    Daniel Arnold
    Software Engineer
    Software Engineer
    Democratic Party
    Democratic Party
    $4,232Democratic Party
    Jantzen BridgesConsulting
    Jantzen Bridges
    Democratic Party
    Democratic Party
    $3,000Democratic Party
    Sean OwieckiSoftware Engineer
    Sean Owiecki
    Software Engineer
    Software Engineer
    Democratic Party
    Democratic Party
    $2,882Democratic Party
    Percy HatchersonSenior Software Engineer
    Percy Hatcherson
    Senior Software Engineer
    Senior Software Engineer
    Democratic Party
    Democratic Party
    $2,719Democratic Party
    Jennifer WaakConsultant
    Jennifer Waak
    Democratic Party
    Democratic Party
    $2,700Democratic Party
    John WelchSoftware Engineer
    John Welch
    Software Engineer
    Software Engineer
    Democratic Party
    Democratic Party
    $2,660Democratic Party
    Randy TanConsultant
    Randy Tan
    Democratic Party
    Democratic Party
    $2,410Democratic Party
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    Slalom Financial Performance

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    $100M - $1B

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    Slalom Financing Rounds

    DateAmountSecurity Type
    Apr 15, 2013Equity
    Apr 15, 2013
    Apr 13, 2012Equity
    Apr 13, 2012
    May 25, 2011Equity
    May 25, 2011

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    Slalom Competitors

    Some of the competitors of Slalom are McKinsey & Company, Boston Consulting Group, and Bain & Company. The wages at McKinsey & Company average higher than the other similar companies, where the median salary is $123,195 per year. Employees at Boston Consulting Group earn an average of $122,093 per year, and the employees at Bain & Company earn an average salary of $118,124 per year.
    Average Salary
    McKinsey & Company Inc
    Salary Range100k - 151k$123k$123,195
    Boston Consulting Group
    Salary Range103k - 143k$122k$122,093
    Bain & Company
    Salary Range100k - 138k$118k$118,124


    Salary Range85k - 129k$105k$105,130
    Salary Range83k - 126k$103k$102,715

    Touchstone Consulting

    Salary Range81k - 124k$101k$100,800
    Blackwell Global Consulting
    Salary Range73k - 117k$93k$92,713
    Huron Consulting Group
    Salary Range71k - 118k$92k$91,843
    DXC Technology
    Salary Range75k - 108k$90k$90,373
    Hitachi Consulting
    Salary Range75k - 106k$90k$89,855

    Frequently Asked Questions about Slalom

    When was Slalom founded?

    Slalom was founded in 2001.

    How many Employees does Slalom have?

    Slalom has 7,000 employees.

    How much money does Slalom make?

    Slalom generates $710.0M in revenue.

    What industry is Slalom in?

    Slalom is in the professional industry.

    What is Slalom's mission?

    Slalom's mission statement is "To create amazing outcomes for our people, clients, and communities."

    What type of company is Slalom?

    Slalom is a private company.

    Who are Slalom's competitors?

    Slalom competitors include Avanade, Hitachi Consulting, McKinsey & Company, Boston Consulting Group, Huron Consulting Group, Bain & Company, DXC Technology, Navigant Consulting, KellyMitchell Group, Robbins-Gioia, Oakwood Systems Group, Morgan Consulting Resources, SOLUTECH, PREMIER ALLIANCE GROUP, Blackwell Global Consulting, Ajilon Consulting, Touchstone Consulting, Aurora Systems Group, Aligned Development Strategies, Insys Consulting Services.

    Who works at Slalom?

    Kassara Bernth (Communications Specialist)

    Anthony Rojas (Executive Officer, Director)

    Caitlin Campbell (Marketing & Communications Manager)

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