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Re-Join ACN

 
#1 Re-Join ACN
15/12/2010 18:25

Peter

Hi All,

I was working for ACN SI&T for almost 2 years but unfortunately I lost my job in 2008 under redundancy process so, can I re-apply for the new roles advertissed.

Please help me out.

Thanks,

Peter R.

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#2 RE: Re-Join ACN
15/12/2010 21:22

Steve to Peter (#1)

Hi Peter,

I would suggest logging onto Facebook and visiting Accenture UK Jobs page. If you ask this question there, you will get answers for sure

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#3 RE: Re-Join ACN
15/12/2010 22:21

Peter to Steve (#2)

Hi Steve,

Thanks a lot. I will do that.

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#4 RE: Re-Join ACN
15/12/2010 22:55

Tinkerbell to Peter (#3)

Don't forget to "Like" the page, Peter. It will demonstrate passion and committment!

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#5 RE: Re-Join ACN
16/12/2010 15:42

tiger to Peter (#1)

rejoining ACN is not an issue if they ticked the "re-hire" checkbox during your exit interview. accenture does not have a "memory", so starting again is not an issue usually if they liked you.

easiest way to rejoin: call a partner/ senior manager you know or use the "get the best" channel via one of your former colleagues. Of course, you are expecting full credit for yourlast two years without ACN, so if I count correctly you should have 3-4 years of experience = consultant level.

good luck

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#6 RE: Re-Join ACN
19/12/2010 19:41

Peter to tiger (#5)

Hi Tiger,

Thanks for your message.

Yes, I have almost 5+ years in SAP in the areas of SAP BI/BO in various domain-FI,SD.

I will pass on my CV via former colleagues.

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#7 RE: Re-Join ACN
20/12/2010 17:14

me to Peter (#6)

I rejoined this year after 2 years out. However I left of my own accord and didnt take a payout. I agree - use your network first but you will have to jump through usual recruitment hoops Im afraid..

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#8 RE: Re-Join ACN
21/12/2010 22:44

Peter R to me (#7)

Hi Me,

Oh..ok So I have pass through all levels of recruitment process from scratch as a new applicant .....oh no...

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#9 RE: Re-Join ACN
22/12/2010 07:26

Anon to Peter (#1)

Peter - A firm that threw you out and did not think about you is the one you want to get back to ? ACN is a ruthless machine, suggest you find a better firm to work with.

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#10 RE: Re-Join ACN
23/12/2010 10:17

Peter to Anon (#9)

Hi Anon,

During my term with ACN I was on very good projects and was Awarded for my best performance ..I enjoyed it...but

what you said is absolutely right....why I am planning to go back to company that never thought for a sec before firing me.....even after getting good reviews ......

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#11 RE: Re-Join ACN
23/12/2010 22:19

Hmmm to Peter (#10)

Agree with tiger, leverage your remaining contacts.

BeinG made redundant isn't the same as being fired - if you took vr, well, that was voluntary; if you were given cr then either you we're chargeable or your ratings weren't as good as you make out (since broadly speaking the only 'good' people who left took vr). Quite a few people counseled out around that time like to pretend they took redundancy too.

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#12 RE: Re-Join ACN
23/12/2010 22:58

Hmm to Hmmm (#11)

...weren't chargeable even....

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#13 RE: Re-Join ACN
31/12/2010 02:39

Peter to Hmmm (#11)

Hi,

Well what you said is also right..I will apply again....and simul. look for other opportunities as well.

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