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Fast Change

 
#1 Fast Change
15/06/2007 09:01

tracey

I am wondering if anyone has any experience of mving consultancies very quickly? Do be more specific I joined a consulatncy only 3 months ago from one of the big 4 only to find that much of what they promised was to put it kindly a stretch of the truth.

I'm torn between looking again and staying put to see if things improve. Right now I feel very naive as I should have seen this at interview. Am I now un-employable for other consultancies??

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#2 RE: Fast Change
15/06/2007 09:03

Mars A Day to tracey (#1)

You're not unemployable. Make a decision as to whether to hang on or leave, but if you already feel that the role was misrepresented by the company I don't see how things can improve much. With Big 4 experience you should not find it too hard to secure a position elsewhere.

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#3 RE: Fast Change
15/06/2007 09:36

anon to Mars A Day (#2)

Not a problem. I've done it... and as long as you do it for the right reasons and can clearly articulate your motives with a perspective employer you're going to be okay.

But make up your mind FAST

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