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Where is best to go for change/human performance/human capital work

 
#1 Where is best to go for change/human performance/human capital work
07/09/2006 13:29

restless to deleted (#0)

Ok so here is the golden question (well it is for me anyway). Which consultancy has the best reputation for change work or human performance / capital work? Who is getting the good contracts? Who is doing the best work? etc

I am currently a C1 at ACN and thinking about moving. Recruitment consultants say i can get similar / higher pay than what im on currently (45k) by moving but i want to make sure i move somewhere that has a good rep as well as paying me well

Any help appreciated

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#2 RE: Where is best to go for change/human performance/human capital work
07/09/2006 16:17

litheflower to restless (#1)

I work in Change. My firm's research indicates that the two leaders in the UK (in terms of reputation/brand/Blue Chip contracts) are consistently Mercer HR and Towers Perrin. Performance on most indicators is pretty close.

Then other firms like Hewitt and Deloitte and smaller niche players are fighting neck-a-neck some way back, especially as the market has become more competitive and they have started cannibalising each others' clients.

Out of the firms mentioned above, in my experience Towers Perrin tends to pay best for consultant grades in HR/Change. Deloitte plateaus HC consultants in the low 40k's. Mercer and Hewitt benchmark salaries against Watson Wyatt et al. so the structure only pays out if you have an actuarial or pensions qualification.

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#3 RE: Where is best to go for change/human performance/human capital work
08/09/2006 11:51

darren to restless (#1)

out of interest, why are you leaving accenture?

i have my interview there with them next week, 1st round for a graduate post and hope to get into human performance consulting there so wondering if you have any input on it.

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#4 RE: Where is best to go for change/human performance/human capital work
11/09/2006 08:43

restless to deleted (#0)

Darren,

Good luck with interview. ACN are a decent company and i am enjoying the HP work im doing. However ever since i have joined they have been taking little benefits away. Just the odd little thing here and there but when you have a few things taken away it adds up. Now they have changed their pay model to what amounts to a pay cut (as you can only expect a 2% rise if you are rated as consistent with peer group over course of a year = less than inflation) and i think that i could probably go elsewhere, have more opportunities, do equally good work and probably get a better package.

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#5 RE: Where is best to go for change/human performance/human capital work
12/09/2006 13:18

HG to restless (#4)

Ex-Watson Wyatt (human capital), now in Hay Group. Work here is more challenging, pay is better and you get many more opportunities to develop and grow.

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