The high-tech thread
Posted 23 March 2023 - 12:39 PM
Posted 23 March 2023 - 01:17 PM
What do they even do? That’s a huge company for a “business consultant firm”.
They are a global professional/management services giant, originally founded as the Arthur Anderson accountancy group in the 1950's. The question is what don't they do - which isn't much. They offer a broad array of services including risk management, supply chain management, operations solutions, information technology security, cloud services, and data centers - to name but some of them. That's just Canada. In other markets they provide services above and beyond these mentioned here. They're been a 'player' far longer - 60+ some odd years - than most IT global consulting or cloud providers have existed.
Posted 23 March 2023 - 02:03 PM
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Posted 23 March 2023 - 02:40 PM
I wonder if it’s one of those companies that if they shed 90% of their work force, they’d still accomplish everything they accomplish now. But their budget would be a heck of a lot smaller.
They charge people out by the hour. Not enough hours and you get cut. Simple business model.
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Posted 23 March 2023 - 02:42 PM
Most of the people who are losing their jobs in tech are finding other work for the time being although it is quite frequently at a lower wage then they had been making previously. Unemployment rate stays low but economic climate darkens.
Posted 23 March 2023 - 02:48 PM
The tech carnage continues - Accenture is in process of dumping 19,000 staff, roughly 2.5% of its global workforce although it still leaves nearly 720k people on the payroll:
Meh. They are still way up over the year.
Used to work there. Back when they had less than 200k on the payroll.
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