Questions about BRG?
We harness our collective expertise to deliver the inspired insights and practical strategies our clients need to stay ahead of what’s next.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does BRG do?
We help leading organizations advance in three key areas: disputes and investigations, corporate finance, and performance improvement and advisory. Headquartered in California with offices around the world, we are an integrated group of experts, industry leaders, academics, data scientists, and professionals working beyond borders and disciplines. We harness our collective expertise to deliver the inspired insights and practical strategies our clients need to stay ahead of what’s next.
What is the interview process?
Interviewing and making employment decisions center around identifying the associated performance and technical skills necessary for a position and looking for these in a prospective employee. Performance skills are related to work habits and how the applicant or employee approaches the assignment or job.
Is the applicant organized? Does he or she work to meet deadlines? Can he or she work with others on teams?
Technical skills relate to knowledge or work capabilities that the applicant must have in order to be successful in their job. Technical skills required to be successful at BRG may include an understanding of economics, finance, or accounting, as well as understanding of industries such as healthcare.
Can the applicant program using specific software? Does he or she understand specific accounting procedures? Can he or she write clearly?
Finding the right employee for a position involves defining the performance and technical skills required and then recruiting for those skills. Please ensure you know the position you are applying for before your interview.
What kind of interviews should I expect?
BRG conducts three types of interviews:
- Phone interviews.
- On-campus interviews at various colleges and universities during the fall/spring junior recruiting season. Depending on the needs of BRG, representatives serve as recruiting coordinators who spend one day on campus interviewing preselected applicant.
- On-site interviews may be your first interview contact after initial screening and/or the final step in the interviewing process.