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Firm acquired: graduate associate consultant - next steps if made redundant?

 
#1 Firm acquired: graduate associate consultant - next steps if made redundant?
04/01/2009 13:33

cassie

Hi. I have 1 years experience as a graduate associate consultant as a generalist and am due to do graduate soon.

I am concerned that there will be redunancies in my firm over the next few months and I would be naiive to imagine that the gradautes would be left unscathed.

If the axe is dropped, I would like to have a safety net in place - but what positions could I realistically apply for with my level of experience? I don't want to restart another grad programme...

Thanks

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#2 RE: Firm acquired: graduate associate consultant - next steps if made redundant?
04/01/2009 15:35

anon to cassie (#1)

Do everything to avoid being axed.

If axed, you will likely have no choice but to restart at the bottom - one year's experience didn't count for anything even at the peak of the job market.

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#3 RE: Firm acquired: graduate associate consultant - next steps if made redundant?
13/01/2009 17:02

Sparky to anon (#2)

You'll probably survive if you are not too bad. The main reason is that you're cheap. I don't mean that to sound rude as it's fact!

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#4 RE: Firm acquired: graduate associate consultant - next steps if made redundant?
14/01/2009 15:37

Simon to Sparky (#3)

EDS/HP by any chance?

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