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#1 EY bas
30/01/2009 19:46

j

i know this might have been talked about before but anyone know how stable the BAS pipeline is looking for the rest of the year??? any rumours of redundancies at all?

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#2 RE: EY bas
30/01/2009 22:03

Wrong time to be looking at EY - not that there was ever a right time to j (#1)

What pipeline? Seriously, the biggest thing going on at EY is the betting on which senior manager will go next. There aren't rumours of redundancies - there are actual "at risk" letters. Redundancy % is expected to be well into double digits.

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#3 RE: EY bas
31/01/2009 13:00

BAS Boy 2 to Wrong time to be looking at EY - not that there was ever a right time (#2)

The normal load of balls

No redundancies at the moment in BAS

Couple of very big gov jobs are the moment and few med sized teams with EU/CP/Telcos clients at the mo.

But as expected in the climate, it is not the situlation we had 6 months ago, when if you where well rated you could pick and choose the jobs you worked on.

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#4 RE: EY bas
31/01/2009 13:15

BASil brush to BAS Boy 2 (#3)

The redundancies have begun very quietly in F&PM, but the word is that unless our lovely ex-IBM leaders start to sell some work we will likely see very large job cuts in the short term

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#5 RE: EY bas
31/01/2009 13:20

The Oracle to BAS Boy 2 (#3)

No redundancies? So the departures of JG, DD and PG from Transformation in the last week alone are entirely voluntary?

We only got those "big government" projects (not so big relative to the bench, actually) by pricing everyone as Analysts. We're losing money on every day worked, all for the sake of a couple of Partners keeping face.

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