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3 yrs out...Consultancy still a possibility?

 
#1 3 yrs out...Consultancy still a possibility?
10/10/2006 01:03

yasmeen

I've had 3 yrs out, but previous tothat I worked for ACN and Deloitte ERS. I need to get back to work..does anyone know which firms are better to achieving a work/life balance (i have a 2 yr old son) and whether a 3 yr gap is as big a stumbling block to re-entering as it is in my mind?

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#2 RE: 3 yrs out...Consultancy still a possibility?
10/10/2006 07:20

Tony Restell (Top-Consultant.com) to yasmeen (#1)

Yasmeen - I'm pretty sure that both Accenture and Deloitte have implemented strategic initiatives in the last couple of years to entice their female alumni back to the firms after a career break. A quick Google search should throw some light on this. I've also seen the following article which documents the efforts a number of consultancies are making in this area:

<a href=http://www.careerjournal.com/columnists/workfamily/20061002-workfamily.html target=_blank>http://www.careerjournal.com/columnists/workfamily/20061002-workfamily.html</a>

Good luck with the return to consulting. Tony

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