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Consulting to Contracting for the same role

 
#1 Consulting to Contracting for the same role
27/05/2008 23:29

November Mike

Currently on a long term project where I am basically working for the client direct with no real visibiity (therefore little prospect of promotion).

Am quite keen on contracting for the same role myself on half my daily rate as would make more money overall.

Anybody else made this sort of move before? If so please advise how you made the transition and your experiences since.

I'm ACN by the way.

Thanks

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#2 RE: Consulting to Contracting for the same role
28/05/2008 09:08

Village Idiot to November Mike (#1)

I don't work for ACN, but I would be fairly confident that your contract probably prohibits you from making this move. Moreover, unless your client is unethical, they are also unlikely to be tempted by this proposition.

"Poaching" staff is generally frowned upon by both clients and consultancies, even if that "poaching" means that you're an independent contractor.

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#3 RE: Consulting to Contracting for the same role
28/05/2008 09:11

poss to Village Idiot (#2)

90% certain that you won't be able to move, if you could, everyone would and consultancies wouldn't have a business.

No reason why you couldn't contract in a similar role for a different client - sne dyour CV off to a few contracting roles and see.

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