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Deloitte laying people off!

 
#1 Deloitte laying people off!
19/11/2008 21:21

Deloitte laying people off!

Evening all,

I'm starting first round interviews for Deloitte CRM Practice (Technology Integration) at Manager level. All this talk of redundancies worries me. Any idea if Deloitte are serious about bringing new people at my level in?

THANKS

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#2 RE: Deloitte laying people off!
20/11/2008 02:21

ZB to Deloitte laying people off! (#1)

When you get the contract in your hand, that's when they're serious. Until then, you could be left treading water whilst someone signs off on what the external message should be. In the absence of information to the contrary, keep jumping through the interview hoops. Only if you're obviously being messed around should you be the one to call it off - in the run-up to Christman, interviews can be moved around for honest reasons (holidays, interviewers getting colds, etc.) so don't panic yet.

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#3 RE: Deloitte laying people off!
20/11/2008 11:40

dfds to ZB (#2)

Is this true? Is the consulting practice looking bleak at Del?

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#4 RE: Deloitte laying people off!
20/11/2008 14:23

Blunt to dfds (#3)

It is not so much they are laying off people but they realise that they need to reassess what they have already in the pool. Inevitably, during these challenging times, companies are not winning new contracts or contracts ending with no deployment of resource to new/existing ones or other reasons. New contracts are very difficulat at the moment. In either case, it is wise to keep and move employees around, put up VR and put on a recruitment freeze. As another said, keep jumping through the hoops and if and when they require you they will pull you in. Downside to it is you are spending alot of your time playing their game.

Let us know how it all pans out. Good Luck!

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