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KPMG taking on significant nos of contractors?

 
#1 KPMG taking on significant nos of contractors?
19/11/2017 21:21

pdperson

I started interviewing for a permanent role at KPMG, but they recently changed tack and want to offer me a contractor role instead.

I've heard via recruiters that this is commonly happening at KPMG especially since their leadership changes this autumn.

Anyone else got experience/views on this?

Thanks

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#2 RE: KPMG taking on significant nos of contractors?
24/11/2017 19:27

london_consultant to pdperson (#1)

Not something I recognise as a trend from an internal perspective. There used to be an upside to taking on contractors instead of perms on a project perspective, but that would not be the deciding factor if the starting point was a perm position.

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