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Signing on fees

 
#1 Signing on fees
26/06/2006 19:19

Greedy guts to deleted (#0)

Hi. Does anybody know if any consultancy firms offer a signing on bonus for experienced hires? I'm particularly interested in CG and Deloitte. Thanks.

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#2 RE: Signing on fees
27/06/2006 09:05

anon to Greedy guts (#1)

I can't speak specifically for CG or Deloitte, but I haven't seen widespread signing-on fees in the consulting sector in general for quite some time. Maybe I'm wrong, but I think these fees are the stuff of legend.

Much better to ignore the signing-on bonus and negotiate a strong year-on-year package, no?

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#3 RE: Signing on fees
28/06/2006 07:30

Greedy guts to anon (#2)

Thanks for the info - useful to know.

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#4 RE: Signing on fees
28/06/2006 09:38

Flavs to Greedy guts (#1)

Neither of those Firms will offer them as standard. They may offer a sign-on bonus to make up for any exceptional differences in package they offer you if they really want you. By "exceptional differences" I mean if you currently get something specific they don't offer, or if, say, you had to repay training costs to leave your current employer. You'd have to have a very good reason to try and justify one.

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#5 RE: Signing on fees
28/06/2006 19:23

Greedy guts to Flavs (#4)

Thanks Flavs - my current employer is rubbish at salary but good on benefits so I'm trying to establish how I can 'buy' some of the more relevant ones back in order to make the transition.

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