Must prove you are committed - work more hours than most - must be able to communicate with clients and maintain relationships, must show you are learning ad developing continually
Batches of associates are typically all promoted to seniors at the 2.5 year mark as a group and from there on promotions are merit and needs based. Mentors are involved in the promotion process and therefore can advocate for you if they are aware of what your goals are make sure that when a new manager is needed, they know who is likely to be interested and mentors can share the goals and progress that the candidates have been making to determine the best candidates to offer the promotion to
Moving up the ranks generally means displaying the ability to work independently with little oversight and master greater responsibility. It is only then does the team promote an individual. This can normally take somewhere between 2 to 3 years. The career progression opportunities are always there in GT and Manager/ Partners are always helping in setting clear goals to achieve them.
Very clear line of progression and support if you want to exceed targets.
We are top heavy at the moment, no progression past senior for a number of years (which is ok as I will only make senior in the next 6-12 months)
Promotion seems to have a normal tenure. Noted that there is possibility for earlier promotion if you perform well enough.
I haven't been here for long, but it does look like GT like to promote employees and celebrate them. Put in the hard work and hopefully you'll be rewarded!
GT has great career progression opportunities where you can become a senior is about 2-3 years and then further onto manager after that
2 years to senior, another 3 to manager etc. It follows this track as long as you are on the ball.
Seems possible to move up, just put in good shift.
From what I can see promotion is possible if you work hard and show your motivation to wanting to do so.
Personally promotion has been fast at the lower ranks, but have seen individuals at higher ranks experience slow promotion. (all dependent on performance).
I believe career progression opportunities are quite accessible. However it also seems that there are 'time floors' on when promotions will be given - suggesting that in some cases, promotions are based on tenure and not competence. This limits an employees drive to try and progress and develop in a more prompt fashion
The company has a very clear promotion process in terms of what is expected. Employees can apply for promotions every 6 months. Expected capabilities to receive promotions are available to view at any time on the company intranet.
It appears quite easy to move up the ranks (given you work for it of course). I know it is possible to be promoted to senior associate in a year, and there is a director who had only been at GT (since being a grad) for 9 years! Seems very quick.
There are opportunities for promotion, however it can take quite a while to move up, especially when you reach the higher levels. There are 6 levels of employee in my team, and it generally takes 2-3 years to move from each level.
Only gets discussed during bi-annual pics. Hard to get a proper indication of you are moving on the right track
Seem to be elevated each year (or thereabouts) and take on more responsibility. Asking questions and showing initiative seems to be a key factor in accelerating progression
As far as I understand, there is a lot of opportunity for growth. Would take fulfilment of manager expectations and goals that have been set.
Bountiful opportunities to be promoted and progressed within role.