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How may people have resigned from your practice in PA?

 
#1 How may people have resigned from your practice in PA?
31/03/2008 11:46

PA-ER

Its that time of the year again folks, when there is a rush of people out of PA Consulting.

With such poor pay rises and bonuses for 2007/08, I would surmise that there will be a much bigger exodus in the current year than is usual.

Post your own experiences here to let us know how many people are leaving from your practice

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#2 RE: How may people have resigned from your practice in PA?
31/03/2008 11:57

Adonis to PA-ER (#1)

PA, tell me about it. It complete rubbish! The work is mundane, politically very insecure, and functionally incoherent.

How does anyone make partner there, it would drive you nuts wading through all the politics and beaucracy.

I would resign immediately, but I've only been here one year and would like my CV to look more robust so intend to stay one more year tops

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#3 RE: How may people have resigned from your practice in PA?
31/03/2008 13:14

I really hope to Adonis (#2)

that all the whingers are actually going to resign. We are making plenty of money this year and I'd prefer not to share it with moaning gits who want everything handed to them on a plate.

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#4 RE: How may people have resigned from your practice in PA?
31/03/2008 13:22

Dave's mate to I really hope (#3)

We certainly are making pots of money, Dave, but mainly by selling cr*p public sector work that no-one else wants, but little of this increase in profitability is being shared with staff

If you're happy doing cruddy jobs for low pay, then you’re obviously a moron

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#5 RE: How may people have resigned from your practice in PA?
31/03/2008 13:29

zb to Dave's mate (#4)

Adonis and Dave's mate..spot on a suberb thread. As for that other person who believes that PA is a good company...as our slighly ignorant and trigger happy friends across the pond would say 'wake up and smell the coffee pal'

ZB

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#6 RE: How may people have resigned from your practice in PA?
31/03/2008 13:36

% of profit to bonus to Dave's mate (#4)

is fixed and fairly mechanistically applied to practice level so not sure of your point there. You are unlucky if you don't like public sector work but cannot get on the 2/3 of PA work that is private sector.

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#7 RE: How may people have resigned from your practice in PA?
31/03/2008 13:48

pacamack to % of profit to bonus (#6)

I've been at PA for just over 2.5 years and have done two public and three private sector jobs. Currently in private sector and have been since August last year.

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