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UK Graduates at Unisys

 
#1 UK Graduates at Unisys
27/06/2006 15:55

Uni to deleted (#0)

I'm a recent graduate looking to get into Technology Consulting. From the research I've completed so far Unisys appears to have a solid reputation in this area. However graduate positions within the firm appear to be like gold dust.....

I had read that their recruiting function wasn't the best in the business and that they are often quite behind with the postings on the website/job boards. On the otherhand do Unisys simply prefer to recruit experienced consultants rather than those fresh out of university? Is this a side effect of the restructuring which they have undergone in the last few years.

Any thoughts on this would be greatly appreciated.

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#2 RE: UK Graduates at Unisys
29/06/2006 12:26

Anon to Uni (#1)

Unisys are going through a major overhaul currently with a number of redundancies at every level. I would suggest not to apply as you are likely not to be around for too long. Furthermore, the salary increases each year are in the line of 2 - 3% for most individuals so a graduate salary after five years will not have increase by much, if any at all. Good luck.

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