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HR consulting verticals of Booz/ McKinsey/ BCG

 
#1 HR consulting verticals of Booz/ McKinsey/ BCG
10/11/2010 11:43

Kevin

Have 10 years of experience with Mercer and Big 4 firms as part of their HR advisory practice.

Would firms like McKinsey/Booz/ BCG be keen to hire someone with a profile like that?

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#2 RE: HR consulting verticals of Booz/ McKinsey/ BCG
13/11/2010 08:36

HH to Kevin (#1)

It depends exactly what your background is.

There are a few actuarial positions in the FS/insurance practices but it's not a major hiring path. Similarly, you might be able to leverage executive compensation experience into valuation work, but it'd be rare.

However, if you've been working on organisational change or design, leadership development, etc. then there are established "organisation" practices. And most of the MBBB (depending on office) have been trying to expand their "functional effectiveness" practices - e.g. HR function effectiveness, finance function effectiveness - so that would be a good route in.

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