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These long hour issues are ridiculous

 
#1 These long hour issues are ridiculous
02/06/2006 07:59

moinky

I cannot understand how consultancies out there can actually justify working their consultants such long hours. I'm the MD of a small strategy firm, and my five consultants start work at 8am and leave by the latest 5pm. I do not allow them to work longer hours because I'm a firm believer that a refreshed mind and body help make a successful consultant. And the last thing I want on the minds of my consultants are family problems because of excessive work hours.

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#2 Re: These long hour issues are ridiculous
02/06/2006 08:12

mike

Are there any job within your firm?

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#3 Re: These long hour issues are ridiculous
02/06/2006 08:18

moinky

Not at the moment. Being small and respecting my employees work-life balance has its drawbacks, such as refusing to take on contracts that will make my consultants work until 10pm. But nonetheless, we're still very comfortable with our profitability.

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