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Consulting Scene in London

 
#1 Consulting Scene in London
06/10/2003 00:00

Tania

I am relocating to London on dependant's pass and will be able to work for any employer without having to apply for a work permit. How is the consulting scene in London and what is the best way for me to get a job quickly? Do you know of any consulting firms hiring?

I am experienced in business process consulting and have worked on projects in the telecommunications industry, contact centre set-up and CRM. My past consulting experience has been with Accenture and HP.

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#2 Re: Consulting Scene in London
13/10/2003 00:00

Avinash

If you are also open to telecom companies try speaking to British Telecom, at present they do a lot of business process outsourcing to India. Commonly used tools by BT are ARIS. rgds, Avinash

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#3 Re: Consulting Scene in London
15/10/2003 00:00

Omar

Apply to CGE&Y they're hiring.

Regards

Omar

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#4 Re: Consulting Scene in London
16/10/2003 00:00

citygimp

Most independant consultants use www.jobserve.com - great little site. Should give you a real feel for what options are open to yo short term just set the job type to "contract" and put in your skillset keywords.

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#5 Re: Consulting Scene in London
20/11/2003 00:00

Anon

Or they were recrutiing and then decided to pull the plug, again. They inivted me to interview and after reaching the final round told me that they had filled their quota and there was a freeze on recruiting - very unprofessional. Compunding this was the fact that this was the second time it had happened with CGEY - I accepted an offer on their grad scheme 2 years ago and they pulled the plug on that 2 weeks before the starting date.

In summary very unprofessional, If they recruit like that how do they treat their staff? I think that most other posts on CGEY on this message board answer that question - very badly, steer well clear.

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#6 Re: Consulting Scene in London
20/11/2003 00:00

Anon

Or they were recrutiing and then decided to pull the plug, again. They inivted me to interview and after reaching the final round told me that they had filled their quota and there was a freeze on recruiting - very unprofessional. Compunding this was the fact that this was the second time it had happened with CGEY - I accepted an offer on their grad scheme 2 years ago and they pulled the plug on that 2 weeks before the starting date.

In summary very unprofessional, If they recruit like that how do they treat their staff? I think that most other posts on CGEY on this message board answer that question - very badly, steer well clear.

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#7 Re: Consulting Scene in London
20/11/2003 00:00

Anon

Or they were recrutiing and then decided to pull the plug, again. They inivted me to interview and after reaching the final round told me that they had filled their quota and there was a freeze on recruiting - very unprofessional. Compunding this was the fact that this was the second time it had happened with CGEY - I accepted an offer on their grad scheme 2 years ago and they pulled the plug on that 2 weeks before the starting date.

In summary very unprofessional, If they recruit like that how do they treat their staff? I think that most other posts on CGEY on this message board answer that question - very badly, steer well clear.

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#8 Re: Consulting Scene in London
20/11/2003 00:00

Anon

Or they were recrutiing and then decided to pull the plug, again. They inivted me to interview and after reaching the final round told me that they had filled their quota and there was a freeze on recruiting - very unprofessional. Compunding this was the fact that this was the second time it had happened with CGEY - I accepted an offer on their grad scheme 2 years ago and they pulled the plug on that 2 weeks before the starting date.

In summary very unprofessional, If they recruit like that how do they treat their staff? I think that most other posts on CGEY on this message board answer that question - very badly, steer well clear.

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#9 Re: Consulting Scene in London
20/11/2003 00:00

Not Impressed with CGEY Recruiting

Or they were recrutiing and then decided to pull the plug, again. They inivted me to interview and after reaching the final round told me that they had filled their quota and there was a freeze on recruiting - very unprofessional. Compunding this was the fact that this was the second time it had happened with CGEY - I accepted an offer on their grad scheme 2 years ago and they pulled the plug on that 2 weeks before the starting date.

In summary very unprofessional, If they recruit like that how do they treat their staff? I think that most other posts on CGEY on this message board answer that question - very badly, steer well clear.

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#10 Re: Consulting Scene in London
20/11/2003 00:00

Anon

...Or they were recrutiing and then decided to pull the plug, again. They inivted me to interview and after reaching the final round told me that they had filled their quota and there was a freeze on recruiting - very unprofessional. Compunding this was the fact that this was the second time it had happened with CGEY - I accepted an offer on their grad scheme 2 years ago and they pulled the plug on that 2 weeks before the starting date.

In summary very unprofessional, If they recruit like that how do they treat their staff? I think that most other posts on CGEY on this message board answer that question - very badly, steer well clear.

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