Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited /dəˈlɔɪt ˈtuːʃ toʊˈmɑːtsuː/, commonly referred to as Deloitte, is one of the "Big Four" professional services firms along with PwC, EY, and KPMG. Its global headquarters are located in the United States.
Deloitte is the largest professional services network in the world by revenue and by the number of professionals. Deloitte provides audit, tax, consulting, enterprise risk and financial advisory services with more than 200,000 professionals in over 150 countries.
In FY 2013–14, it earned a record $34.2 billion USD in revenues. In 2012, Accountancy Age reported that, in the UK, Deloitte had the largest number of clients amongst FTSE 250 companies.
Sample Deloitte Aptitude Questions (2017)
1. (1/2) of a number is 3 more than the (1/6) of the same number? Find the number.
a. 6 b. 7 c. 8 d. 9
2. 10 people, type 10 lines in 10 minutes, then to type 60 lines in 60 minutes, people needed are?
a. 16 b. 6 c. 10 d. 60
3. If Rs. 1260 is divided amongst A, B and C in the ratio 2:3:4. What is C’s share?
a. 850 b. 560 c. 270 d. 625
4. If the value of x/2y = 2a, then what is the value of 2x/(x-2ay) equal to?
a. 4 b. 8 c. 16 d. 2
Detailed Deloitte Campus Recruitment/Interview Process (2017/2018)
Deloitte selection process
Deloitte LLP — the audit, financial advisory, tax and consulting firm and its subsidiaries — has about 60,000 employees in more than 100 offices across the country. Its technology practice involves about 8,700 professionals who advise the business’s clients in a variety of industries. Currently, Deloitte has a variety of needs. They range from functional, technology strategy and project management roles to technical architect, development and integration roles. Most of these positions require a minimum of two years professional experience. And while it’s not an absolute requirement, Deloitte does prefer some previous consulting experience on top of that.
Selecting job postings
Most of Deloitte’s job titles will list a specific technology or skill that is required. There will be references to level, e.g., “Consultant” or “Senior Consultant,” or “Specialist” and “Specialist Master.” These are terms that Deloitte uses to distinguish various levels and career tracks. Candidates shouldn’t focus too much on them while they’re reviewing descriptions, and instead look at the required skills and years of experience for each role.
All Deloitte employees are expected to have excellent business acumen and client skills. “Even if you have not worked in a consulting firm before, it’s important that you are able to work effectively with clients and colleagues” Meyer says. “While each of our service lines has unique technical skill set requirements, there are common skills we look for in every Deloitte hire.”
Beyond the technology requirements, the skill sets most desired are:
Excellent oral and written communication skills, including dynamic presentation skills (MS Visio, MS PowerPoint)
Ability to work independently and manage multiple task assignments and teams simultaneously
Strong problem-solving and troubleshooting skills
Eagerness to mentor and develop junior staff
The interview process
The interview process typically consists of three rounds. The first two are done on the phone. The initial call is a general fit assessment with the recruiter to determine a match on the basics, including previous project and technical experience, communication skills, compensation expectations, immigration status and ability to travel. If the recruiter believes there’s a fit, you’ll move on to an in-depth phone interview with a senior level practitioner from the service line to discuss technical skills, methodologies, leading practices and, again, communication skills. If you do well on the second call you’ll be invited to interview at a Deloitte office with senior level practitioners. During this session, your interviewers will assess core consulting capabilities, continue to probe on subject matter specialization and present you with a case study to get a feel for your problem-solving skills and ability to articulate and communicate logical reasoning.
What makes a good fit?
Meyer stresses that Deloitte is “looking for leaders who are confident in their abilities, believe technology can help solve many of the world’s greatest challenges and are eager to innovate and make big ideas reality.”
She says that the character traits a potential hire should have are:
Ethical: Exhibit the highest standard of integrity
Community Citizen: Be interested in making positive and meaningful differences in their communities
Inclusive: Harness strength from diversity of all kinds, including backgrounds and experiences
Lifelong Learner: Embrace lifelong learning and maintain an intellectual curiosity inside and outside of the workplace
Collaborator: Be comfortable being an individual contributor and also comfortable leading and working on diverse teams
Advice for new graduates
Deloitte has an active presence at schools across the country and the best way to connect is to meet on campus. If a candidate has already graduated, social media channels such as the Deloitte University Facebook page are good sources of information about company culture and an excellent way to meet its professionals. All open entry-level positions are posted on the Careers page of Deloitte’s website.